TNFJ expresses dissatisfaction over Muharram arrangements

QUETTA: Tehreek Nifaz Fiqah Jafaria(TNFJ) while expressing dissatisfaction over arrangements made for Muharramul Haram has said that rulers were depending on mere claims. Growing incidents of target killing and bomb attacks were exposing their claims. Government should eliminate terrorism during Muharramul Haram.

These views were expressed by provincial Secretary Information TNFJ Tariq Ahmed Jafari at a press conference here Tuesday.

He said under 19-point Azadari rules we have made everything clear. Under this Army and FC troops should be deployed for majalis and processions and other sensitive places. General and government vehicles entering for majalis and processions should be checked. For checking of women Ladies police should be posted. CCTV cameras and walk though gates should be installed at the entry and exit points. Cooperation should be extended to Ibrahim Scouts and Mukhtar Force should be for security.

He said Ulema and Zakireen should avoid making provocative speeches and highlight sacrifices of Martyrs of Karbala. Load shedding of electricity and gas should be avoided during majalis and processions.

Tariq Jafari said during Muharram homage was being paid to martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA) by all the religions and masalik, Millat Jafaria organizes majalis and processions in this connection. But in view of growing incidents of terrorism in the country and in the province effective security of majalis and processions is responsibility of state. It is regretted to say no serious attitude was being adopted and rulers were banking on claims merely.

He said security arrangements in Alamdar road and Hazara Town are not satisfactory. No arrangements for light and cleanliness have been made yet which is regretful.

Answering a question Tariq Jafari said terrorism are once again active and they may be successful any time due to lapse of the government.

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