Non-state elements involved in destabilizing Pakistan

KARACHI: Sectary Information Jamiat Ulemae Islâm JUI Sind, Muhammad Aslam Ghori, said here on Tuesday that that Babul Islam Sind has been thrown into sectarian fire as Ulema were being killed ruthlessly in Karachi since last many years.

In a statement, he said attacks on Syed Hussain shah in Jacobabad, Syed Hajan Shah in Shikarpur, JUI leader Dr Khalid Mahmood Soomro in Larkana were the part of same series. He said non-Pakistani state agents were working to destabilise Pakistan.

He said participation of different leaders in Aman conference of JUI on 28th February and their commitments to end unrest in country under Maulana Fazlur Rehman was a slap on those faces involved in spreading unrest in Pakistan.

He said those non-state agents do not like agreements of Gwadar Port with China and Gas pipeline with Iran, respectively.

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