MWM supporters protest against BJP govt over anti Muslim violence in India.
Supporters of MWM held a demonstration to protest against BJP government over anti-Muslim attacks in India, especially in New Delhi and occupied Kashmir.
Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen’s supporters gathered outside Jamey Masjid Noor-e-Eeeman in Karachi after Friday prayers.
MWM supporters protest against BJP
They were carrying banners inscribed with slogans against Indian crimes in occupied Kashmir and India.
While addressing them, MWM leaders Allama Baqir Abbas Zaidi lashed out at the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
He called him butcher of Gujarat and occupied Kashmir referring to his role as chief minister of Indian state Gujarat and post-August 5 measures in occupied Kashmir.
He condemned massacre of Muslims and destroying of mosques and properties of Muslims.
Supporters of the MWM also chanted slogans against RSS-BJP extremists.
MWM leaders Allama Ali Anwar Jafari, Allama Mubashir Zaidi, Nasir Hussaini and Ahsan Abbas Rizvi also participated in the protest.
MWM slams silence of regimes
Allama Baqir urged the United Nations to rein in India from ongoing anti-humanity and anti-Muslim violence.
He also slammed Arab Muslim regimes and international community over their criminal silence over violation of human rights of Muslims of India and IOK.
Meanwhile, Radio Pakistan reported that UN rights chief also expressed grave concern over police inaction during deadly violence against Muslims in New Delhi.
UN Human Rights Council Chief Michelle Bachelet also expressed over use of brute force against peaceful protesters.