Government Is Discriminating In Hangings The Prisoners; Abdul Aziz

'Maulana Abdul Aziz Has Not Submitted Any Written Apology'.PakistanTribe.Com

Government Is Discriminating In Hangings The Prisiners; Abdul Aziz.PakistanTribe.Com

ISLAMABAD – Cleric of Lal Masjid Maulana Abdul Aziz says that government should review its hanging policy as it is targeting the specific class which will cause anarchy in society.

Lal Masjid cleric Maulana Abdul Aziz send a video message to interior minister Pakistan Ch. Nisar Ali saying that government should review its hanging policy as it is targeting one class specifically.

He said that only those are victim of lifting of moratorium of death penalty who are involve in non political activities but the persons involve in political terrorism are not being hanged. He warned government that it will cause anarchy in the society as it is discrimination.

Talking about Pakistan Army’s operations against Taliban he said that this is not the war of Pakistan never it had been. He said that Pakistan has involved itself in US war.

He advised government to consult the Religious Scholars and Muftis of world for taking the decision of Shariyah and Quran about the involvement of Pakistan into war against terrorism. He said that government has taken fatwas from Pentagon instead of taking from the religious scholars.

It is pertinent to mention that Maulana Abdul Aziz’s arrest warrant has been issued by the court but he did not surrender yet.

Civil Judge Justice Saqib Jawad had issued the Non bailable arrest warrant of Lal Masjid Cleric Maulana Abdul Aziz. Civil society had filed FIR against Lal Masjid cleric in Police Station Aabpara. Police could not arrest Maulana Abdul Aziz yet.


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