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Karachi: Three Shia injured in MQM-backed Wahabi terrorist attack on Sham-e-Ghariban Majlis

The incident took place at Hassan Colony C Area Liquatabad Karachi, when the mourners of Imam Hussain (as) were busy in the organizing of the Majlis-e-Sham-e-Ghariban at the local Shia Mosque to mourn the martyrdom of Imam Hussain (as).

The mourners (Azadar’s) closed the street lights of the area and ready to start the Majlis, when the terrorists of outlawed terrorists organization of Sipah-e-Sahaba and Jesh-e-Mohammad opened the indiscriminate firing on the mourners from the Hasnain Mosque (terrorists training and recruitment center) recently inaugurated by MQM Rabita Committee influential leader Raza Haroon.

Three momieen were injured in the result  of indiscriminate firing and stoning and later shifted to the local hospital. Rangers personnel took over the control of the violent area and foiled the conspiracy of the violence in Karachi.

The Shia residents of Hassan colony demanded of the registration of the FIR against the attackers involved in the firing of Shia mourners.

It’s the responsibility of the MQM’s leadership to sack the black-sheep from the ranks of the party involved in the patronage of the outlawed terrorists and find the nexus of the some office bearers of the party with the outlawed terrorists organizations.

 

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