Tehreek Nafaz e Fiqh e Jafariya UK

 English News 9 January 2017


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Released by Qamar Haider Zaidi the Spokesman of the TNFJ; Translated by S M Naqvi

On completion of two years not only the duration of military courts has ended but National Action Plan has also got missing - Hamid Moosavi

ISLAMABAD, January 9: The Patron-in-Chief of Supreme Shia Ulema Board and chief of Tehreek Nafaz Fiqh-e-Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi has said that on completion of two years not only the duration of military courts has ended but National Action Plan has also got missing. The banned parties have been included in the Islamic Council of Ideology and have been entrusted with the role of ‘Parliament and guidance of the nation’. The hurdles created by rulers and politicians have turned the historic National Action Plan into a ‘history’. Non-implementation of the National Action Plan is tantamount to unfaithfulness with the innocent children of the APS and 70 thousand innocent Shuhada inviting the wrath of God. The people at the helm of politics and the government should tell the nation that what happened to the reformation of the justice system aimed at checking the crime? The government should not make the Justice Faiz Eisa’s report on Quetta incident as a matter of ego but should give proof of good ruling by removing the administrative defects. The Maktab-e-Tashih is deprived of their rights. We don’t accept postings in State institutions formed for Islamisation including the Islamic Council of Ideology and Shariat Court as these are the result of political bargaining. These views were expressed by him while addressing the emergent meeting of the Nigran Council of Supreme Shia Ulema Board.

 Agha Moosavi said that non-implementation of National Action Plan is tantamount to supporting the heinous Indian campaign to get Pakistan declared a terrorist State. He said the government could neither root out terrorists nor unveil the aggression committed by our perpetual enemy rather providing material to India in support of their propaganda. He said the Army jawans rendered exemplary sacrifices in Operation Zabr-e-Azb and tried their best to get Pakistan rid of terrorism but unfortunately the political expediencies were losing the fruit of Zarb-e-Azb sacrifices. 

 The TNFJ chief said that about the 20-point National Action Plan formed after national consensus, the government herself has admitted that it could not get the National Action Plan correctly. The banned organisations of the motherland have been declared terrorists and now Britain has also declared dozens of Pakistan parties as banned but unfortunately all these banned parties are openly working in Pakistan even today, taking part in elections, giving statements and interviews on the electronic and print media and by doing so they are tearing the provisions 7 and 11 of the National Action Plan apart. The duration of the military courts set up under the provision 2 of the National Action Plan has been expired but the government should tell the nation whether the results expected from the military courts are achieved or not, and whether the Anti-Terrorist Courts could match their speed with that of the National Action Plan, he added.