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Shia Ulema council and ISO threaten to destabilize Karachi
Shia community holds great power in Pakistan politically[Zardari, Qaim Ali Shah, Zulfiqar Mirza,etc] and economically[Habib group, National Bank to name a few] they are applying pressure in trying to get shia terrorists[all accused were identified on video footage of burning , torching shops after ashura blast] released, they blocked Karachi's commercial centre of saddar causing a huge traffic jam in adjoining areas as well, people trying to return to their homes or ambulances caught at the wrong place at the wrong time just because the people who were identified and arrested were shia, Pakistan should change its name to Shiaaistan as they have more privileges than ignorant and stupid majority sunnis who are more interested in what language is other sunni speaking.

Millat-e-Jafferia threatens to besiege Parliament House
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
By By Shamim Bano

The Millat-e-Jafferia has threatened to besiege the Parliament House in Islamabad if their demand of releasing “innocent people” apprehended after the Ashura blast is not heeded within 10 days.

This announcement was made by the Jafferia Alliance Pakistan (JAP) and Imamia Students Organisation (ISO) during their four-hour-long sit-in on Tuesday near the Chief Minister (CM) House. A rally was also organised to protest the attacks on both the Ashura and Chehlum rallies, leaving about 100 dead and hundreds injured.

The rally, which started from the Karachi Press Club (KPC), was scheduled to end at CM House, but it was stopped by personnel of law enforcement agencies (LEA) near Jinnah Courts. A brief scuffle also took place near Shaheen Complex between ISO activists and LEA personnel, after the rally was stopped from proceeding towards CM House.

Enraged ISO activists also slapped a police official standing near Shaheen Complex, which created a stir among LEA personnel posted these. The matter was settled, however, after some ISO leaders apologised to the police.

The entire route of the rally had been cordoned off, with containers placed at routes leading up to the Governor House and Chief Minister House. A heavy contingent of LEA personnel, including Rangers personnel, had also been deployed along the route of the rally.

Thousands of protestors, including women and children, chanted slogans against the United States (US) and the Pakistani government. Speakers at the sit-in held the US responsible for destabilising the region, and said that the US is trying to create disturbances in the country and unfortunately, the incumbent government is also involved in this “conspiracy.”

The protestors believed that the government has totally failed to control the law and order situation, and demanded that a “Waziristan-like operation” be launched against these militants who had entered the city and disturbed its peace. They also held security agencies responsible for providing shelter to terrorists, and said that the country is faced with external as well as internal pressures. They said that if these elements are not controlled, it may lead to the collapse of the country, alleging that those who were providing militants with shelter had their roots in the government.

Later, the ISO suspended their sit-in after a five-member ISO delegation met with government officials at the CM House. The ISO team was led by Senior Vice-President Rahman Shah, Moulana Munawar Naqvi, Moulana Sadiq Taqvi, Ali Raza and Zain Ansari, while the government was represented by Advisor to the Sindh Chief Minister on Political Affairs Rashid Rabbani, Sindh Assembly Deputy Speaker Shehla Raza, and PPP Sindh President Najmi Alam.

The ISO demanded that all innocent people arrested after Ashura blast be released, Rs1 million given to the heirs of victims, and Rs200,000 provided to the injured. In case the government failed in meeting these demands, the ISO reserves its right to protest and execute more sit-ins.

All three demands were unanimously accepted by the government team, with assurances provided that these would be met within three days. The government officials said that the arrested would be released on Wednesday (today), while compensation would be provided within one month.

After staging a four-hour-long sit-in near Jinnah Courts, the protestors dispersed peacefully. Meanwhile, JAP and ISO staged demonstrations in other parts of the city, and vowed to continue these on a routine basis until their demands were met.


Negotiations between Government and leaders of Imamia Students Organization’s (ISO) concluded successfully on Tuesday night when Government’officials assured them to accept all the demands presented by the marchers of “Tahafuz-e-Azadari” Rally and assured to release the innocent shia youths arrested by the Law Enforcement Agencies under arson charges after Ashura day bomb blast.

After a prolonged Sit-In of near about four hours near Chief Minister House leaders of ISO has been assured and convinced to end their protest as government decided to release detained persons and informed the leaders of ISO about the investigation of the five bomb blast incidents in the city, which claims more than 80 lives of the mourners and innocent citizens.

It was also decided in negotiations to form a five member committee to resolve all other disputes, this committee will be comprised on 3 members from ISO and 2 from government side, According to the Shiite News Correspondent.

Imamia Students Organization (ISO) took out an emotionally charged prolong protest rally demanded immediate release of shia youths, true investigations of bomb blasts incidents, and enhencement of compensation amount for the families of the martyrs of the bomb blast incidents in Muharram and Arbaeen, when the rally reached near at Chief Minister House the police were stopped them from moving forward.

The police have blocked all the roads leading to Governor and Chief Minister Houses by placing containers. As a result the participants of the rally have decided to stage a sit-in in front of the PIDC House. ISO Central Senior Vice President Rehman Shah, Moulana Abbass Waziri, Maulana Sadiq Raza and others in their address to the participants of the rally said that we are protesting against the atrocities on the day of Ashura and chehlum. He said that we address those who always carried out cruelties and heinous activities on the followers of Imam Hussein (AS) and we called them as the forces of Yazidiat. He warned that these forces must remember one thing that you can not stop us from following the path of sacrifice and fighting against the cruels. They mentioned that those who follow the holy path can not be treated with those who hamper and hinder the path of righteous.

The speakers of the rally urged upon the government to show sincerity with Pakistan by arresting those who were involved in this wicked game of shedding blood of innocent people of the country. He said these are not human being and belong to the tribe of evil.

They further said that Consulate General of USA in karachi, Black Water-XE, MOSSAD, RAW and other secret agencies were involved in all these terror activities in the mourning processions and Arbaeen twin bomb blasts. The massive rally was also attended by a large number of women and kids started from Karachi Press Club to CM House. Rally participants chanted slogan against America, Israel and government and also raised the slogans of Labaik Ya Hussain (AS).

Talking to the Shiite News Correspondent after the meeting with ISO leaders at Chief Minister House, Deputy Speaker Sindh Assembly Shehla Raza said that the basic demand of ISO was to release arrested innocent Shiites persons, detained after Ashura mayhem therefore government has assured them that 17 out of 22 detainees would be released on bail tomorrow.
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