Tehreek Nafaz e Fiqh e Jafariya UK

 English News 23 January 2017


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Released by Qamar Haider Zaidi the Spokesman of the TNFJ; Translated by Wajih Kazmi

If democracy was not humiliated by the hereditary kingdom in political parties, then it will not be effected by the military courts either - Hamid Moosavi

ISLAMABAD, January 23: The Patron in-Chief of Supreme Shia Ulama Board and Head of Tehreek e Nifaz e Fiqah Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi has said that if democracy was not humiliated by the hereditary kingdom in political parties, then it will not be effected by the military courts either. Tenure of the military courts must be extended, government must provide protection to the residents of Parachanar from the terrorists infiltrating from Afghanistan. The matter of Indian, American and Israeli provided terrorists sanctuaries in Afghanistan must be raised at the international forums while formal protest must be lodged with the Afghan government. Destruction of thirty years old terrorist making factories by the Pakistan army has not been liked by the American colonialism and her agents as they have been trying to defuse the gains of Zarb e Azab operation and Parachanar incident is also a part of the same conspiracy. By advocating for banned organizations, rulers are polluting themselves. Rulers lack patience and therefore, those who speak truth are victimized. Instead of putting efforts against those who point out mistakes, government must clutch proscribed organizations. Millions are paid to the victims of a plane crash but pennies are paid to those who get killed in the terrorist attacks. Such kinds of dual policies must be abandoned and the state must act like mother which treats everyone equally, rulers cannot fulfill responsibilities through mere announcements. He said this while addressing to the a delegation from Kohat and Kurram agency on the occasion of two-days Parachanar mourning. Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi said that due to the weaknesses of the judicial system, military courts were formed however, on the conclusion of their period politicians are celebrating with pleasure as politicians and rulers enjoy close ties with the proscribed organizations and they are also the biggest hurdle in implementation of the National Action Plan. Military courts must remain operational till the time terrorism diminishes from the country. If provision of justice is made cheaper, impartial, and easily accessible, then no one would demand for the military courts. He said that terrorist attacks in Pakistan are fully backed and supported by India. Government of Pakistan must raise the issue of terrorism at all forums. Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi said that the statement of General Bajwa to follow the same anti-terrorism policy without any change is a ray of hope for the nation. Had, the President, Prime Minister and the Chief Minister also visited Parachanar like General Bajwa to console victims of the terrorist attacks, it would have elevated their respect and stature. He expressed concerns on the fact that innocent citizens have been booked in Schedule-IV who absolutely have no connection with terrorism or any of the proscribed organizations while big fishes and leaders of the banned terrorist groups are wandering freely. Not a single forum exists except media where the weaknesses of the National Action Plan could be highlighted. Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi stated that we are the followers of Hussain ibn-e-Ali (A.S) and will not refrain from speaking truth even at the peak of the spear, to protect Islam and Pakistan. Meanwhile, according to the reports received in the Headquarter Maktab e Tashayyo, protest rallies and gatherings were held all across the country in connection with the mourning of Parachanar incident on the call of Tehreek e Nifaz e Fiqah Jafariya in which the terrorist attack of Parachanar was strongly protested against while implementation of the National Action Plan was demanded to curb the menace of terrorism from Pakistan.