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Exposed: PPP’s Qamar Kaira’s secret meeting with terrorist Sipah Sahaba leader Molvi Nisar Deobandi


PPP’s central leader and former federal minister for information Qamar Zaman Kaira held a secret meeting with local head of banned terrorist outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba (aka Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat or Lashkar-e-Jhangvi) in order to beg for votes for a few dozen Takfiri Deobandi militants. The meeting with ASWJ-LeJ’s Gujrat President Molvi Nisar Deobandi took place a few days ago in Gujrat city.

A few months ago, Qamar Kaira had openly admitted in Dawn News talk show (Asma Shirazi’s “Faisla Awaam Ka”) that he was supported by banned Takfiri terrorist outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (ASWJ-LeJ) and that he saw nothing wrong in such engagement with terrorists. He even asked Asma Sherazi, the program host, cynically, whether ASWJ-LeJ workers were not Pakistanis. https://lubpak.net/archives/246875

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Previously in 2010, ASWJ-LeJ Chief Ahmed Ludhianvi had alleged that Mr. Kaira was elected due to political support by the ASWJ-LeJ. Mr. Kaira’s statement confirms Ludhianvi’s claim. This news also means that ASWJ-PMLN proxies have been able to infiltrate into a progressive political party (PPP), which is a very worrisome development. https://lubpak.net/archives/16315

قمرالزماں کائرہ کی منافقت – سپاہ صحابہ سے یارانہ

پاکستان پیپلز پارٹی کے وزیر قمرالزماں کائرہ کہتے ہیں کہ کالعدم سپاہ صحابہ کے لوگوں سے ووٹ لینا کوئی غلط نہیں قمرالزماں کائرہ سوال کرتے ہیں کہ کیا سپاہ صحابہ والے پاکستانی نہیں؟

تو جناب بس اتنا جواب ہے کہ پاکستانی تو طالبان بھی ہیں جنہوں نے بے نظیر بھٹو کو قتل کیا تو اُن سے جاکر بھی ووٹ لے لیجیے، کالعدم سپاہ صحابہ کے دہتشتگرد پاکستان میں رہنے والے 4 کروڑ شیعہ مسلمانوں، آٹھ کروڑ سنی بریلوی مسلمانوں، لاکھوں احمدیوں، مسیحیوں کے دشمن اور قاتل ہیں اس بات کا تو آپ کوئی احساس نہیں۔ وزیر اطلاعات ہونے کے باوجود بھی کالعدم تنظیموں کے دہشتگردوں کی نشریاتی اداروں میں تقریریں خود آپ کو مشکوک کردیتا ہے۔

اب آپ کالعدم دہشت گر جماعتوں کے قائدین سے خفیہ ملاقاتیں کر رہے ہیں اور یہ بھی توقع کرتے ہیں کہ پاکستانی عوام کو معلوم نہ ہوگا؟ جمشید دستی، بابراعوان اور پی پی پی کی صفوں میں گھسے ہوۓ دوسرے سانپوں کی طرح آپ تکفیری دیوبندی دہشت گردوں کے ساتھ ہیں پاکستان کے سنی بریلوی، معتدل دیوبندی و اہلحدیث، شیعہ، احمدی ، مسیحی اور دیگر مظلوم عوام سپاہ صحابہ کے دہشت گردوں کے ساتھ آپ کے یارانے کو مسترد کرتے ہیں اور پی پی پی قیادت سے مطالبہ کرتے ہیں کہ آپ جیسے سانپوں کو پارٹی کی صفوں سے نکال باہر کرے

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    Ludhianvi, April 2. Arif Ali—AFP

    A terrorist to his enemies, a man of peace to his supporters, Maulana Ahmad Ludhianvi heads Pakistan’s largest anti-Shia group, Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat, which has been described as the political front of the terrorist group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi.

    “At the moment I can raise a voice for my anti-Shia mission only at a local level and from my local mosque. But when I get the microphone in the [National] Assembly, the whole nation and the whole world will listen,” says Ludhianvi.

    He is part of a coalition led by cleric Maulana Sami-ul-Haq, “Father of the Taliban,” having said he was dumped by the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) in favor of his archrivals, the local feudal Akram family. Sheikh Waqas Akram narrowly defeated Ludhianvi in 2008, but after he was exposed for faking several of his degrees, his father is standing in what will be a tight race between the old power of the feudals and the rising threat of sectarianism.

    Ludhianvi’s Jamaat movement denies any link to violence, despite being known as the political arm of Jhangvi, one of the most active terror groups in Pakistan, bent on exterminating the 20 percent Shia minority. Jhangvi claimed responsibility for the two worst bomb attacks so far this year which killed 182 people in Shia areas of Quetta. It is also linked to Al Qaeda. Rights groups say attacks on the Shia hit a record high in 2012.

    Jhang, one of the most important towns in central Punjab province, elects four seats to the National Assembly and is the birthplace of sectarian terrorism. Jhangvi precursor, extremist group Sipah-e-Sahaba, was founded in the town in 1985, and the head of Jamaat always lives in Jhang. Ludhianvi was formerly a Sahaba leader.

    PMLN, the biggest party in the province, has long been accused of aligning with hardliners as a way of cementing its power. It is tipped to win Saturday’s elections and form a national government. Ludhianvi says the party has cut him off and backed Akram’s father, Sheikh Muhammad Akram. But Sen. Mushahidullah Khan of the PMLN says: The “Jamaat has never been our ally. We never wanted to give them tickets. It is all propaganda that they are our allies.”

    The narrow streets outside Ludhianvi’s home are filled with posters and graffiti supporting him, exhorting strict Muslim laws, and denouncing the Shia. Long-bearded and soft-spoken, Ludhianvi goes nowhere without gun-toting bodyguards clad in black shalwar kameez. He calls on religious groups to unite to “save” Pakistan as an Islamic Sunni republic. His supporters liken their struggle to that against Ahmadis, a minority community declared non-Muslim in 1974 and stripped of other rights.

    The Akrams, who made their wealth in transportation, talk of a progressive, tolerant Pakistan, of the economy, not sectarian hatred. Although Maulana Azam Tariq, the then-head of Sahaba, won the seat in 2002 from jail, when he was assassinated a year later Sheikh Waqas Akram won the by-election. Waqas, 39, won again in 2008. But both victories were narrow and the constituency remains hotly contested. Waqas claims to have survived 12 assassination attempts in the past 10 years, including four suicide attacks. He is accompanied everywhere by four to five gunmen.

    “There are only two types of votes in Jhang: Sipah-e-Sahaba and anti-Sipah-e-Sahaba,” Waqas says at his fortress-style home. “I still remember in the late ’80s and early ’90s when they were the biggest dons of this area. They used to kill people and string up their bodies on the road to give a message to others. They used to extort money from everybody. The only way to put an end to extremism in Pakistan is to exclude these elements from mainstream politics and political influences,” he says.

    But the competition is tough and analysts say it will be a close race. Zargham Abbas, 35, a former local councilor, said “most sensible” people support the Akram family because of their moderate views. “There has been peace in this town for the last 10 years,” he said. “People want a balanced society and to get rid of fanaticism.” But grocer Muhammad Nadeem Qasmi, 43, is a die-hard Ludhianvi supporter. “The agenda of the Jamaat to bring Islamic legislation to defend the dignity of Islamic figures is quite justified. We are hoping for victory,” he said.