Protests to be held against terrorism, target-killing


KARACHI: ( – Religious and political parties have announced to protest on February 13 against terrorism and target-killing. Sindh’s Information Minister Sharjeel Memon has said that the entire country is faced with the menace of terrorism and the terrorists are trying to malign Pakistan before the international community.

Pakistan Ulema Council held ‘Message of Peace Convention’ at a local hotel of Karachi on Sunday. Addressing the convention, Sharjeel Memon said that other countries were involved in terrorism in Pakistan. He said that the seminaries were respectable for everyone but pupils in these seminaries will have to be made role models before the world.

Maulana Tahir Ashrafi said on this occasion that all the religious and political parties were united in the war against terrorism. He announced that a non-violent protest will be held on Friday, February 13, against the killing of students, teachers and political workers in Peshawar, Shikarpur and Karachi incidents.

Representatives of various religious and political parties attended the convention and assured of complete cooperation against terrorism. Decision to start ‘Jaag Pakistan Jaag’ (Wake Up Pakistan) campaign against extremism and sectarian terrorism was also made in this convention.



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