KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sindh chapter here Saturday staged a protest demo and rally against recent terror attacks on mosques in New Zealand and demanded of the United Nations (UN) and Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) to take strong notice of this bloody terrorism.
The protest demo and rally against the terror attacks on mosques of Christchurch were led by PTI Sindh general secretary and parliamentary leader in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh, MNA Saifur Rehman Mahsud and other leaders. The rally participants offered funeral prayer in absentia for the martyrs. Later the rally marched from Lasi Goth to Ayub Goth.
Addressing the rally, Haleem Adil Sheikh said we condemn this gory terrorism in strongest possible words. He said it was a coldblooded mass murder on innocent Muslims. He said the mosques of Muslims were openly attacked and the silence of the West on this tragedy is just shameful.
He said Islam is the religion of peace and brotherhood, but the anti-Islam forces are constantly trying to defame this peaceful religion. He said terrorism has no religion and the terrorism in Christchurch has once again proved this. He regretted that only innocent Muslims are subjected to torture, violence and terrorism. He said mass murder of Muslim in their mosques is a shameful act and the worst terrorism.
Haleem Adil said the OIC and all other stakeholders must take notice of his and see how to ensure the safety of Muslims and how to save them from such acts of naked terrorism. He said the culprits of Christchurch massacre should be punished as soon as possible.
MNA Saifur Rehman said this is a very sad incident and it should be condemned strongly by all. He said this was an attack on humanity. He said the terrorists involved in the Christchurch massacre should be punished.