Milli Yekjehti Council (MYC) leaders strongly condemning the suicide attack that took place in Shikarpur in which more than 60 worshippers were killed in a mosque during Friday prayers said that anti-Islam and anti-Pakistan forces were busy hatching nefarious conspiracies including stoking sectarianism to weaken Pakistan.
The leaders including MYC President Sahibzada Abul Khair Mohammad Zubair, Allama Sajid Ali Naqvi, Liaqat Baloch, Allama Amin Shaheedi, Prof Sajid Mir, Syed Mehfooz Shah Mashadi, Prof Hafiz Saeed Ahmed, Allama Ibtisam Ilahi Zahir, Sahibzada Sultan Ahmed Ali, Pir Abdur Rahim Naqashbandi, Pir Abdul Shakoor Naqashbandi and Saqib Akber said that Operation Zarb-i-Azab had broken the back of terrorists and now out of frustration they were targeting innocent people by resorting to suicide bombings.
Referring to the denials made by the Home Minister about the presence of Daish terrorist outfit in Pakistan, they asked him to tell the nation about the recent capture of some its important leaders in the country. Where from they came and why are they spreading their network in Pakistan, they questioned seeking minister’s reply. They said unabated incidents of terrorism were a direct proof of the incompetence and ineptness of Govt agencies. The govt, they said, should accept its failure and resign forthwith. They said that the terrorists were able to accomplish their evil designs as there was no concrete action plan on the part of govt to confront this horde of criminals. They said the rulers have themselves sabotaged the national consensus against terrorism as the nation has always stood behind them to challenge and come face to face with the terrorists, but these rulers have not lived up to national expectations. They expressed their condolences with the families of the victims of the Shikarpur tragedy and prayed for the early recovery of the injured. They said the suicide attackers do not even deserve to be called humans demanding of the govt to act decisively against these beasts and their supporters and bring them to justice.