Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, the head of Pakistan Awami Tehreek and Minhaj-ul-Quran Tehreek, strongly condemned the brutal killing of eight teachers in Upper Kuram Parachinar by hostile terrorists who are opposed to knowledge. He called for the swift arrest and punishment of the accused according to the law, and expressed his condolences to the families of the deceased teachers while praying for their souls to rest in peace.
In addition to his condemnation of the incident, Tahir-ul-Qadri stressed the importance of a thorough investigation and public disclosure of the facts. He emphasized that terrorism perpetrated by enemies of knowledge is unacceptable, and all necessary measures should be taken to ensure the safety and security of teachers. Tahir-ul-Qadri called for the full mobilization of resources for the prevention of such incidents, stating that terrorists who threaten humanity and peace should not be granted any leniency.
The killing of innocent teachers in Kuram has been condemned by Allama Sajid Naqvi
Allama Syed Sajid Ali Naqvi, the head of the Shia Ulema Council of Pakistan, issued a strong condemnation of the recent terrorist attack in the Karam district. Taking to social media, he expressed his deep grief and sorrow over the tragic martyrdom of the teachers, and called for the swift arrest and apprehension of the terrorist perpetrators.
The MWM (Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen) has called upon security agencies to safeguard the lives and property of citizens
Majlis-e-Wahdat Muslimeen Pakistan (MWM) organized protests in four provinces, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Kashmir against the killing of teachers in Parachinar. In Islamabad, a large number of people from all walks of life participated in the protest outside Jamia Masjid Asna Ashri G-6/2, condemning terrorism and shouting slogans. Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafari, Chairman of MWM, addressed the media after the protest, stating that Parachinar has always been patriotic and resilient, but their plight has gone unnoticed by the powerful circles. He added that some invisible forces are trying to sabotage the peace process by inciting land disputes. He demanded justice for the oppressed and urged the nation to support them. He emphasized the need for the rule of law and the protection of life and property in the country and demanded the arrest of the perpetrators.
In a statement, the speaker expressed unity between Shiites and Sunnis, emphasizing that they will not allow anyone to spread hatred among them. He further added that the martyred Sunnis in this country are their brothers and even non-Muslims who died for the country are also their brothers.
The speaker also emphasized that the fight for rights will not be fought as Shias but as Pakistanis. The lack of security provided to the martyred teachers, despite their request for protection, was a gross negligence of the security agencies, resulting in this tragic incident.
At the protest demonstration, Syed Zaheer Abbas Naqvi, a member of the political wing of Majlis-e-Wahdat Muslimeen, strongly condemned the brutal murder. The event also saw speeches by Allama Akhtar Abbas, Allama Sher Ali Ansari, Allama Dr. Yunus Haidari, Maulana Irshad Ali, Agha Zaigham Abbas, and Maulana Muhammad Jan Haidari.
MWM protests in Karachi against the massacre of Shiite teachers after the identification
The Majlis-e-Wahdat Muslimeen (MWM) organized a protest in Karachi against the brutal killing of Shiite teachers after their identification in the recent Parachinar massacre. The protest was attended by a large number of people, including women and children, who chanted slogans and demanded justice for the victims. Speaking at the protest, MWM leaders strongly condemned the heinous act and called for the arrest and punishment of the perpetrators. They also criticized the security agencies for their failure to provide adequate security to the teachers despite being aware of the threats they faced. The MWM leaders emphasized the need for unity among all sects and communities and vowed to continue their struggle for justice and peace in the country.
A protest was held outside Jamia Masjid Noor Iman Nazimabad in Karachi organized by the Karachi Division of Majlis Wahdat Muslim against the brutal killing of innocent Shia teachers in Parachinar during their duty of conducting examinations.
During the protest, Allama Hayat Abbas Najafi and Maulana Malik Ghulam Abbas, along with other leaders, strongly condemned the terrorist attack and expressed their grief over the loss of precious lives.
The leaders also highlighted the alarming increase in incidents of terrorism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and urged the security agencies to take immediate action to protect the lives and property of citizens.
They further added that the Takfiri terrorist elements are responsible for the killings of innocent people and the situation in Kuram district needs to be addressed urgently to prevent further bloodshed.
The protest also called for justice for the martyred teachers and for the security agencies to take responsibility for their failure to provide adequate protection to them. The leaders concluded by offering their condolences to the families of the martyrs and praying for their elevation.
Protest Rally Against Target Killing of Shia Teachers in Parachinar Held by SUC and MWM
Following the killing of seven Shia teachers on exam duty in Parachinar, Shia Ulema Council (SUC), Jafaria Students Organization (JSO), Dera Division and Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen organized a protest rally after Friday prayers at Kotli Imam Hussain (A.S) in Dera Ismail Khan.
The protest was led by Vice President Allama Muhammad Ramzan Tauqeer who saw a large number of scholars and citizens participate, expressing their sympathy for the victims and strongly condemning the incident.
Allama Muhammad Ramzan Tauqeer denounced the terrorist attacks in Parachinar and Dera Ismail Khan, citing the brutal killing of the Shia teachers as a prime example. He criticized the Parachinar administration for their incompetence in failing to assign duty to Shia teachers in the area or to arrange their security.
The protest also saw the participation of hundreds of students and teachers who were present at the school where the attack took place. Additionally, Allama Muhammad Ramzan Tauqeer praised the counteractions of DSP Abid Iqbal and his colleagues in response to the terrorism in Dera Ismail Khan, and expressed his condolences for Iqbal’s assassination, which he believed was in response to his efforts to combat terrorism.