Karachi: Milli Yakjehti Council (MYC) was of the view that a conspiracy is being hatched to divide the entire Muslim Ummah on two pools consisting of Saudi Arabia and Iran. It further said that the demand made in order to impose ban on “Islami Nazaryati Council” was unconstitutional. On the occasion, MYC demanded stoppage of campaign against “Madrassa” and ensure proper safety to the minorities.
These demands were made by Milli Yakjehti Council (MYC) during an Ittehad-e-Ummat Conference, held at Idara-e-Noor Haq on Wednesday. President MYC Dr Sahibzada Abul Khair Zubair, JI Pakistan General Secretary Liaquat Baloch, President MYC Sindh Chapter Asadullah Bhutto, JI Karachi Chief Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman, Allama Zameer Akhtar Mansoori of JIUP, Allama Aqeel Anjum of JUP, Maulana Abdul Kareem of JUI Syed Sadiq Naqvi of MWM and others also spoke on the occasion.
Speaking at the occasion, Dr Abul Khair Zubair said that the agents of secular powers were working in the country through a planned strategy in order to destabilize the country. He strongly condemned the resolution presented against the Islami Nazaryati Council in Sindh Assembly and said that this act will spread the Jewish lobby in country.
“The attempts are being made to abolish Namoos-e-Risalat law and preparations are being made in connection to launch operation against Madaress in the country”, he added.
[junkie-alert style=”white”] Liaquat Baloch said that the Karachi was considered a “mini Pakistan and lawlessness in city will affect the economy of entire country”. [/junkie-alert]
He further said that the government, army and law enforcing agencies should avoid like and dislikes for the restoration of lasting peace in country. He further said that constitution should implement in its true spirit for the resolution of issues.
[junkie-alert style=”white”]Terming the Pakistan Protection Ordinance, a “black law”, Liaquat Baloch said that it would give the license to kill to the law enforcing agencies. [/junkie-alert]
“We are in the favour of media policy which safeguards the ideology of Islam and Pakistan”, he added. He stressed upon the collective efforts by religious parties for spreading Islamic teachings in the society.
Asadullah Bhutto said that the silence of Pakistani government on the atrocities on Muslims in Burma, Egypt, Kashmir and Bangladesh was a question mark, adding that the government should constitute a delegation at foreign for the redressal of such issues.
Hafiz Naeem said that the MYC was a ray of hope for Muslim Ummah and it was playing a key role in order to unite Ummah at a platform. Muzammil Hashmi said that the prevailing situation would not be improved without the unity of Muslim Ummah.
Zameer Akhtar said that the unity of Muslim Ummah was need of the hour and Ulema should play their role in this regard. Maulana Abdul Kareem said that the Muslims from entire world should unite at a single platform to face the conspiracy of external forces.
Syed Sadiq Raza said that the all Muslims should respect the people belonging to different sects and foil bids of igniting sectarian violence. Muhammad Hussain Mahenti said that the Muslims should unite at a single platform regardless of any cast and creed.
Qazi Ahmed Noorani said that the Pakistan was in the grip of secular powers and patriotic forces should play their role in order to pull the country from hot water.