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Evidence of PML-N’s support to banned terrorist groups


LUBP is releasing a new tag that is a collection of all the articles that highlight PML-N’s growing relationship with Takfiri Deobanid militants (Sipah-e-Sahaba aka ASWJ-LeJ), Jamaat-ud-Dawan (JuD aka LeT), Taliban and Al Qaeda.


The Takfiri Deobandi and Takfiri Wahhabi terrorists of ASWJ-LeJ, JuD-LeT and Taliban have wreaked havoc on Pakistan’s (and also in neighbouring countries) Shia, Sunni, Ahmadi, Christian, Hindu and other communities.

Please share this tag widely on mainstream and social media and also forward to all PML-N spokespersons and apologists. In particular, we ask pro-establishment fake liberals (some of whom shamelessly promote pro-ASWJ clerics as prophets of peace) how they continue to maintain their claims to liberalism while pandering to PML-N.


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  • By-elections: ASWJ to support PML-N candidate in PP-92
    By Our CorrespondentPublished: December 4, 2012

    The Rangers will oversee the transport of the ballots from the polling stations to the district returning officer. PHOTO: FILE
    The local chapter of Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamat on Sunday announced that it would support the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s candidate in the PP-92 by-election on Tuesday (today).
    The announcement was made by the party’s district president Maulana Arshad Hameedi at a madrassa. Hameedi said his party would support PML-N’s candidate Haji Nawaz Chohan. He said the party had chosen to support Chohan because of the development projects he had initiated in the area and for promoting “politics of honesty”. Other Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamat leaders present on the occasion included the AWSJ district vice-president Chaudhry Babar Hussain Gujjar and city president Maulana Mohammad Hanif Kashmiri.
    PP-129 (Sialkot-IX)
    In Sialkot’s constituency PP-129, said the election commission, 26 polling stations of 129 have been declared sensitive.

    They are: Saikhwan, Sallokay, Kassuwala, Malomaha, Mandeki Goraya, Peeru Chak, Sayoki, Rajokay, Dholan, Kamal Pur, Adam Daraz, Habu Garha, Aadha, Boiki, Kot Bakran, Aaloo Mahar, Jamkay Cheema, Baddookay Cheema, Seejokay, Ladharh, Motra, Mind, Kot Chaddu, Dhadho Basra, Kotli Nanga and Chateel Pur.
    Returning Officer (RO) Rana Mohammad Aslam Khan told reporters that Rangers would be deployed at the polling stations declared sensitive. The Rangers would also oversee the transport of the ballots from the polling stations to the district returning officer.
    Competition is expected among PML-N’s Mohsin Ashraf, PML-Q and PPP’s joint candidate Nasar Iqbal Baryar and independent candidate Shahid Mehmood Butt. Khan said citizens could register complaints at 052-9250010.