Sindhi Sangat Sindh express concern on banned outfits
15 Mar 2019
Hyderabad: March 15, 2019. (PCP) Sindhi Sangat Sindh has expressed serious concern about presence and network of internationally banned outfits in secular and sufi Sindh. Internationally banned outfits have disturbed regional peace in subcontinent.
In an issued Press statement, chairman Sindhi Sangat Sindh Mansoor khaskheli has said globally banned religious extremist outfits are involved in heinous terror attacks in Pakistan, its neighbors and across the globe and have killed thousands of innocent lives.
Internationally banned terrorist outfit Jaish e Muhmmed (JEM) recently attacked in Pulwama killed innocent people and disturbed regional peace in subcontinent. Chairman Sindhi Sangat Sindh has said we strongly condemn terrorism and extremism.
Although after international pressure Pakistan government has announced to take actions against JEM and JUD already listed as terrorist outfits by United Nation security council but this is not the first time such actions have been announced by Pakistan government, unfortunately pervious actions against these banned outfits had proved largely cosmetic.
According to recent media reports Pakistan government have taken control of some madrassas and so-called charity health centers and schools affiliated with internationally banned terrorist outfit Jaish e Muhmmed (JEM) and JuD in all over the country.
Sindhi Sangat Sindh strongly demands Pakistan govt must end its decades old dictator Zia's policy of patronizing and flourishing religious extremists in the country, extremism and terrorism is serious threat to regional and international peace.
Chairman Sindhi Sanagt Sindh demands decisive and serious actions against banned outfits, further said any decision about mainstreaming Jihadi banned outfits before strict process of scrutiny would be allowing the banned outfits to turn into political parties unfortunately due to soft policy of State these banned organizations always kept resurfacing. Sindhi Sangat Sindh also expressed serious concern about presence and network of internationally banned outfits JEM and JuD in secular and sufi Sindh.