Links of PTI PPP MQM PMLQ with Terrorists
rasheed last edited by
Pakistan Peoples Party was in coalition with SSP in 1996 in Punjab and SSP was even in cabinet with ministries.
The most effective operation against sectarianism and SSP/LEJ was done by PMLN in their 1997 government, when their leaders either got arrested, killed in police actions or fled to Afghanistan like Riaz Basra.
Leader of SSP Azam Tariq was captured and jailed by PMLN.
PMLQ and MQM formed their coalition government with SSP in 2002 under General Musharraf, when they were short of one vote. Musharraf released SSP Leader Azam Tariq from jail and formally made coalition after Azam voted for Jamali with PMLQ and MQM.
ASW formally SSP in Imran Khan's Jalsa
Azam Awati of PTI with ASWJ Leader
PPP's Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah Meets SSP Leader (April 2010)
The leader of the defunct Sipha-i-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) who now heads the Ahl-i-Sunnat Waljamaat (ASW), Maulana Mohammad Ahmed Ludhianvi, has held a meeting with Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah.
Source: Dawn News
MQM Governor Ishrat-ul-Ibad Meets SSP Leader (April 2010)
This is not the first time that Maulana Ludhianvi has met a prominent government official. About a month ago, he had held a secret meeting with Muttahida Qaumi Movement`s Governor of Sindh Dr Ishratul Ibad.
Source: Dawn News
rasheed last edited by
List of PPP MPs who had an electoral alliance with ASWJ in 2008 Elections:
1. Shah Mahmood Qureshi (now Vice President of PTI)
2. Ch Iftikhar Nazir
3. Mahmood Hayat
4. Abdul Qayum Jatoi
5. Jamshed Dasti
6. Qamar Zaman Kaira
7. Ch Asghar Jutt
8. Shahan Malik
9. Tasneem Ahmad Qureshi
10. Nawab Khan Wasan
11. Fazal Ali Shah
12. Syed Khurshid Shah
13. Mian Abdul Sattar
14. Sheikh Arif Aziz
15. Malik Farooq Azam
16. Malik Amir Yar Waran
17. Rahilah Shahadat Baloch
18. Hayatulla Tareen
19. Muazam Jatoi
20. Faisal Karim Kundi
21. Nauman Sheikh
22. Aftab Shaban Merani
23. Pir Aftab Hussain Shah
24. Amir Khan Magsi
25. Sardar Umar Gorgej
26. Syed Qaaim Ali Shah (Chief Minister Sindh)
mosid last edited by
what about militant wings of MQM, PPP and ANP? TTP, LeJ all enjoy sympathies of JUIf and JI, Azam Swati is a living proof of that. Militancy in Pak politics is a deep-rooted, complex issue but for some, point scoring is more important.
However, since LeJ has claimed the attacks on Hazara community, Then all its member share the responsibility and should all be imprisoned. Those directly involved in the execution,planing,ordering should be hanged. No political party should have any thing to do with LeJ. As an organisation, it should banned from election. The reality is that there is a lot of mess in Pakistan and it all can't be dealt with before the election . Hope is that Pmln will use the opportunity, if given to amend constitution and institutions so that election in 2018 will be the beginning of true and transparent democracy in Pakistan.
rizwan-qaimkhani last edited by
I can see your desperations.
Here is the complete news:
SSP chief meets Sindh CM
By Azaz Syed
April 14th, 2010
ISLAMABAD, April 13 The leader of the defunct Sipha-i-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) who now heads the Ahl-i-Sunnat Waljamaat (ASW), Maulana Mohammad Ahmed Ludhianvi, has held a meeting with Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah.
“Our leader Maulana Mohammad Ahmed Ludhianvi along with a four-member delegation met the chief minister of Sindh to present a list of demands of our party,” a prominent activist of the party told Dawn while requesting anonymity.
Maulana Ludhianvi co-founded the sectarian SSP organisation along with Maulana Haq Nawaz Shangri who was later killed in a sectarian clash. He got the media attention some time ago when Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah visited Jhang and the two of them shared a car during a campaign to muster support for the PML-N candidate in a by-election.
This is not the first time that Maulana Ludhianvi has met a prominent government official. About a month ago, he had held a secret meeting with Muttahida Qaumi Movement
s Governor of Sindh Dr Ishratul Ibad. At about the same time, he also held a meeting with Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif at the Chief MinisterSecretariat in Lahore.
During his meeting with the Sindh chief minister, the Maulana demanded the arrest of culprits involved in the killing of his party
s Sindh leader Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Nadeem in Karachi. He also demanded security for his partys leaders and activists in Sindh.
Maulana Ludhianvi is reported to have assured the Sindh CM of his party`s support in Karachi and in the province.
It may be mentioned that Maulana Ludhianvi is placed in the fourth schedule of the Anti-Terrorism Act and under the law he can`t move out of his area without prior permission of the station house officer of the police station concerned.
Mr. Rasheed, be an honest person, put the whole news. He had also meet your Punjab CM.
khan-1 last edited by
The guilty think all talk is of themselves.
چوروں کی اندر والی داڑھیوں میں تنکے
ziamalik last edited by
It is quite obvious that the biggest threat Pakistan is facing is the extremism from within the borders.Even the Army has recently shifted its doctrine to that effect.
Instead of blame game, all the political parties need to come together and agree on a counter-terrorism policy.
If they fail to reach a consensus, Pakistan will turn into Somalia.
sirizvi92 last edited by
Opening this thread, shows that yourself (may be in personal capasity) against the sectarianism.
I dont feel it is necessary to coment on who is getting support from and promote these sectarian parties, History is witnessed and will be seen in next election as well.
However I agreed with the point raised by Mr. Zia M.
Good Effort Rasheed Sahab!!
Did anyone notice that those who have been named and shamed by the Supreme Court for having millitant wings and providing them political shelter and patronage in Karachi are the ones making so much noise about others?
Its like pot calling the kettle black.
tsunami last edited by
This is quite funny, coz a picture here and there is no strong evidence.
Saudis have been using these not so sharifs to target shias. And hence u see Punjab govt support the terrorists families once they are jailed.
This is evidence. This is news.
hussain-farooqui last edited by
There is a big puppet show going on in the politics of Pakistan. The visible players are just puppets and the real players are far behind in the foreign countries. Pakistani politics is just a show-stage of puppets.
anwer-kamal last edited by
کون ہے جس نے مے نہیں چکھی
کون جھوٹی قسم اٹھاتا ہے
میکدے سے جو بچ نکلتا ہے
ان کی داڑھی میں الجھ جاتا ہے
And Swati meeting the same people for electoral alliance is not big news? What about SMQ alliance with these people in 2008 elections?
IK also has a soft corner for TTP terrorists and is a vocal supporter of a dialogue with these terrorists who have killed thousands of Pakistanis. He had just recently marched into to their safe havens in tribal areas along with his entourage.
hussain-farooqui last edited by
PTI, JUI and JI never crticized TTP for their subversive activities.
PTI is not just a soft face of TTP terrorists but a raison d'être for them.