MWM holds protest demos against Indian atrocities in major cities

MWM holds protest demos
MWM holds protest demos against Indian atrocities in major cities across the country today (Friday).

The protesters gathered on a call from Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen secretary general Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafari.
Protest rallies and demonstrations held after Friday prayers in Karachi, Islamabad and rest of the country.

MWM holds protest demos

MWM supporters burnt effigy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi over atrocities against Muslims in mainland India and IOJK.
Karachi chapter of the party organized demonstration in Kharadar where MWM leader Allama Mubashir Hassan also spoke.
He condemned desecration of mosques in arsonist attacks and killings of Indian Muslims in New Delhi and other parts.
He lamented that the international community remains indifferent to the worst sort of violation of human rights of Muslims and other minorities in India.
Allama Mubashir condemned Modi-led BJP government for giving free hand to extremists Hindus who are killing Muslims and destroying their properties.
He suggested that Muslim countries and specially GCC countries should break off relations with India to pressure India to stop anti Muslim pogrom.
MWM leader believe that Indian government would bow to that pressure and Muslims would heave sigh of relief.
Meanwhile, Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafari made it clear that Muslim Ummah feel the pain of Indian brethren and Kashmiris.
He warned the Indian polity that ongoing aggressive violence against Muslims and other minorities would also trigger India’s dismemberment. 
He said that the consequences of Indian aggressive and biased discriminatory policy against minorities would not limit to India alone but its fallout would engulf the entire region.
Hence, he urged international community to rein in Modi-led BJP government.

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