Govt. holding talks with Taliban without taking nation into confidence: Sarwat Qadri


SIALKOT: Chief of Pakistan Sunni Tehreek Engineer Muhammad Sarwat Qadari has asked the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to take the nation into confidence over the crucial issue of peace talks with Taliban for establishing durable peace and crushing militancy and terrorism in Pakistan. He said it is amazing that the government is holding talks with Taliban for peace without taking the nation into confidence.

He stated this while talking to newsmen at the residence of Sunni Leader Bashir Ahmed Naz in Daska city here Sunday. He asked the government not to waste further time. Local leading Ulema and leaders of Jamaat-e-Ahle Sunnah Mufti Moeenud Din Naqshbandi, Allama Qari Khalid Mehmood, Bashir Ahmed Naz and others were also present on this occasion.

Muhammad Sarwat Qadari termed the ongoing peace talks between the government and Taliban as unconstitutional, un-Islamic and wastage of time, adding that it was a “fixed match” between the government and Taliban. He said that the pro-Taliban lobby was there in the government side which was directly and indirectly sheltering the Taliban in the country.

Later, addressing “Azad Pakistan Conference” held at Chawinda, Pasrur tehsil, Muhammad Sarwat Qadari pledged to sacrifice even the last drop of the blood to save and defend the motherland and to weed out terrorism and militancy from it.

He strongly condemned the demolition of the shrines of the Sahaba Karaam in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Egypt and Libya by the anti Islam elements.

Sarwat Qadari also sought the active cooperation of the Ulema to come forward and play their pivotal role in forging religious and sectarian harmony, unity, peace, faith and brotherhood.

He urged the Muslim Ummah to be united and shun their sectarian differences for the glory of Islam and curbing the menace of anti-Islam and anti-Muslim global conspiracies of the Non-Believers.

Qadari narrated that the terrorists have no religion, as every religion of the world gives lessons of love and peace and respect of the humanity.

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