Visit official website of BISE Mirpurkhas

BBCUrdu.com | پاکستان

Sunday, September 19, 2010

MIRPURKHAS Sept 19. Ulma action committee called off strike or withdrew the strike call on Saturday night for Sunday following intervention of a secret agency officer as his meeting was held with members of Ulma action committee on Saturday night. Hafiz Mohammad Akbar Rashid told the news man on Sunday that delegation of Ulma action committee was sought by an officer of secret agency and held meeting with it in which assurances were given to release the arrested Ulmas and withdraw the case against them while disputed house would be officially sealed after coming the order of home secretary Sindh that is expected to be issued within few days and in police presence that close disputed house will be open for half an hour and then it will be closed again to satisfy to the other religious group. After successful decision of the meeting, he added that announcement was made on behalf of Ulma action committee to call off the strike on Sunday. He further said that their arrested Ulmas were not yet released till 5 PM and said that he is in touch with the officer of secret agency in this regard. He believed that if implementation was not made on their demands then call for strike will again be given and protest demonstrations would be held in different towns of the district to press the authorities to provide justice instead to become the party. He said that DPO Mirpurkhas Zulfikar Maher had become the party in this matter while district government is responsible to delay this serious matter and deliberately avoided to implement on the court order and decision of reconciliation committee of u.c. no 3, Mirpurkhas . On late Saturday night police officers along with persons of other sect reached at the disputed house in Neem Wali Gali, Hirabad and persons shifted their goods to other places from that house and also performed prayer in that house after which that house was again closed while heavy contingents of police were already deployed in surrounding of that house. It may be recalled that about a dozen of Ulmas had been arrested in raids by police after lodging the case against the Ulmas of Ulma action committee Mirpurkhas . Report added that a house of Qutubuddin in residential area of Hirabad was handed over to his son in law Sulaiman who later had been established a Madarassah namely Sulaimania Madarassah of a sect and later efforts were made to convert it as Masjid without any NOC of the government after which Ulmas of other sect took notice and went to reconciliation committee of the union council no 3 in this regard while the reconciliation committee given its decision after recording statements of residents of Hirabad and Ulmas and in its decision it requested the district government to stop Sulaimania Madarassah /Masjid from its opening as there is danger of armed clash and constructor of that Madarassah and owner of the place Qutubuddin would be responsible of any untoward incident. Resident Mohammad Ayub and various others of Hirabad had also been submitted their application to DCO Mirpurkhas for stopping the opening of Madarassah /Masjid in that house without any NOC. Report said that residents also went into the local court that also ordered to keep in same position to the disputed place as close. Report added that police and revenue officials had also been requested to DCO Mirpurkhas to seal that disputed house without any delay to end the clash. However unfortunately no action was taken by district government in this regard even on hundreds of people of a sect had tried to open that close house on August 13, 2010 while in presence of heavy contingents of police and DPO Mirpurkhas Zulfikar Maher a person opened fires as result a house wife woman Ms Sabra, 45, wife of Qamaruddin was killed of bullet wounds while few persons were injured. However unfortunately local police demonstrated their routine proceeding in the murder case of Ms Sabra as still no any nominated accused of her murder case was yet nabbed by police. On Friday morning people of a sect decided to open that disputed house and performing the Jumma prayer after which hundreds of people of other sect had also been gathered in Masjid Baitul Mukarram while heavy contingents of police cordoned off that disputed house and Masjid Baitul Mukarram in Hirabad, however, hundreds of Ulmas of a sect held demonstration to protest against the police atrocities and warned that without any NOC they would not allowed to anyone to open that disputed house. Later on late Friday night dozens of Ulmas of Ulma action committee Mirpurkhas had been nominated in the FIR lodged against them on behalf of state with town police station and on Saturday morning about a dozen Ulmas of Ulma action committee were apprehended by police in raids, while strike was observed in the city on Saturday on the call of Ulma action committee Mirpurkhas. Report said that meeting of an officer of secret agency with delegation of Ulma action committee headed by Hafiz Akbar Rashid and Moulana Hafeezur Rehman Faiz was continued to review the releasing of apprehended Ulmas till filing of the news. 

MIRPURKHAS Sept 19. PPP MNA and district president PPP Mirpurkhas Mir Munawar Ali Talpure has said that those talking to end the PPP government are immature politicians and added that conspiracy to finish the masses mandate will not be succeeded and present government will complete its 5 years period. He was speaking at the gathering of PPP workers and office bearers including women at Mir Ji Landhi here on Sunday. He said that country is facing a worst flood condition and government was making efforts to help and rehabilitate the displaced persons by using its all resources. He advised the workers and office bearers to be united and spread the message of Shaheed Benazeer Bhutto door to door to strengthen the democratic government. He asked the philanthropists to come forward to help the displaced persons including women and children and added that government is making transparent procedure to help and rehabilitate the IDPs.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Express News Mirpurkhas

Loading...

BBC