KARACHI: A right-wing religious party, Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam – Fazl (JUI-F) has announced to protest against apostate activities of Qadianis in the Baldia Town area of the metropolis.
Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam – Fazl (JUI-F) West Karachi convened an emergency meeting of the working committee, which was chaired by District Amir, former provincial parliamentary leader Maulana Omar Sadiq. General Secretary Maulana Fakhruddin Razi Naik, Amanullah Mehsud, Dr. Naseeruddin Swati, Hafiz Muhammad Naeem, Haji Mahmood Khilji, Hafiz Habib Rehman and others participated.
It was decided in the meeting that a rally would be held on June 11 against the increasing activities of Qadianis in Baldia Town while a ten-day awareness campaign was being conducted at the level of Union Councils.
In this regard, General Secretary of the party Maulana Fakhruddin Razi said that after Friday prayers on June 11, the rally will start from Baldia Town Chandni Chowk and will go to the police line, where the leaders of JUI-F and others will deliver speeches.
He further said “There is a Qadiani place of worship in Baldia Town Chandni Chowk, besides other activities, are also in Baldia Town No. 9, while before that in Baldia Town, Sector 19, a three years ago Qadiani apostate activities took place.
The network was caught, after which efforts are being intensified again,” he added. In some areas of Karachi’s District West, vicious attempts have been made for many years to make Qadiani by seducing the poor.
In this regard, Muhammad Saleem son of Abdul Aziz, a resident of Ghousia Mohalla, New Anjum Colony, Baldia Town approached the Sindh High Court and filed a petition under Constitutional Petition No. 2042/2021.
Muhammad Saleem named the Sindh ministry, Additional Inspector General of Police Sindh, Senior Superintendent of Sindh Police District West, SHO Baldia Town Bashir Ahmed, Fauzia Manzoor, Bushra Arif, Nazia Maqsood and others as respondents.
“Qadianis are continuing their apostate activities in several areas of Baldia Town No. 5, which is regularly funded and several people brought from Punjab to change the faith of Muslim,” the petitioner claimed.
“Law and order situation could be disturbed at the district as a Muslim man was killed at the place where these activities of Qadianis are going on,” revealed the petitioner.
“It is requested that the Constitution of Pakistan does not allow Qadianis to carry out any kind of preaching activities, therefore their apostate activities should be taken notice of and stopped,” Muhammad Saleem pleaded.