Banned Sectarian Outfit’s Head Endorses PM’s Statement Against Hazara Protestors
Banned outfit Ahle Sunnat Wal Jammat (ASWJ) chief Ahmed Ludhianvi has endorsed Prime Minister Imran Khan’s statement saying that Hazara community protesters were blackmailing him into visiting their sit-in in Quetta.
The sit-in has been going on for the past 6 days with the protesters demanding the PM to meet them and assure them of action against the perpetrators of the incident.
The banned outfit chief’s tweet has raised eyebrows with people on Twitter saying that an extremist individual endorsing the Prime Minister’s statement means that the PM has taken a wrong position.
At least someone agrees with PM @ImranKhanPTI. This has been the narrative of banned sectarian outfits specially ASWJ/SSP since long that protests by Shia Pakistanis are sponsored by foreign govts and it is their tactic to pressurise govt. https://t.co/7eX484Ly4d pic.twitter.com/J3JSu43XP7
— M. Jibran Nasir (@MJibranNasir) January 8, 2021
— wajahat hussain (@wajahat87904965) January 8, 2021
— Zain Afzal (@zafzalsiddiqui) January 8, 2021
“We have accepted all of their demands.,” Prime Minister Imran Khan said, adding that the demand that the bodies will be buried when the PM visits them is tantamount to blackmail. ‘You don’t blackmail the prime minister of any country like this,” he said.