At least three more Shia Muslims Imtiaz Hussain, Syed Ahmed Zaidi and Sajid Ali Jafri were attacked by pro-Taliban terrorists of banned outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba known as Ahl-e-Sunnat-Wal-Jamaat, in MQM dominated areas of Karachi, The Shia Post reported.
Injured Imtiaz Hussain, who was attacked this morning near Kazmain Imambargah in Gulbahar. martyr Syed Ahmed Zaidi s/o Syed Abid Ali Zaidi was attacked in Liaquatabad and Martyr Syed Sajid Ali Jafri was attacked in Azizabad area of Karachi.
Injured Imtiaz Hussain is under treatment at Aga Khan University Hospital.
All three Shias s were attacked in Mutahida Qomi Movement (MQM) dominated areas Gulbahar, Liaquatabad and Aziabad.
MQM is Karachi’s largest party, is also partner of ruling government in Sindh province, while governor also belongs to the MQM.
Both martyrs were shifted to Local Hospitals, where they succumbed to injuries.
Yesterday, Shiites in Karachi also staged a peaceful huge protest outside Supreme Court, near Shaheen complex. The rally was taken out by the Majlis-i-Wahdat-i-Muslimeen against targeted killings of Shia scholars, doctors, lawyers, teachers, traders and others.
Shia Muslims, who are suffering genocide of community including the systematic killing of Shia intellectuals and Shia professional from last 3 decades.
Today Monday morning, Majlis-e- Wahad-e-Muslimeen (MWM) announced to end sit-in against the target killings in Karachi as the provincial government held successful talks with the organization’s leaders.
Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon, special assistant of the chief minister Waqar Mehdi, Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Siddiqui and Karachi police chirf Ghulam Qadir Thebo held conclusive talks with the MWM leaders including Allama Mukhtar Imami.
According to reports, Martyr Syed Ahmed Zaidi was also participant of sit-in protest.
Pro-Taliban terrorists have killed thousands of innocent Shiite Muslims across the country, but government, judiciary and law enforcement agencies have failed to protect the citizens and have taken no step to stop ongoing genocide of Shiite Muslims in Pakistan.
The terrorist groups have launched a violent campaign against Shia Muslims and appear to have widened their terror campaign in major Pakistani cities.
According to local sources, militants affiliated to Taliban and al-Qaeda terrorist groups have killed thousands of Shia Muslims in the country.
The killing of Shias in Pakistan has caused international outrage, with rights groups and regional countries expressing concern over the ongoing deadly violence against the Shia community, which reportedly makes up about a third of Pakistan’s population of over 180 million.