MWM condemns police torture on protesting families of missing persons
According to the 24News HD TV channel, addressing a press conference at the party office in Islamabad, the MWM secretary said the state had made the protest a crime for the grieved families of the missing persons.
He criticized the government that on the one hand, it was negotiating with a banned party that was against national security and on the other hand, peaceful people were tortured for raising a voice for the Shia community.
The Shia community leader said that such measures of torturing protesting women in Karachi and registering cases against mourners in Punjab showed that the state institutions were trying to lure the people towards extremism and use of force.
Allama Nasir said the government must find out the motives behind such kind of deliberate attempts to provoke the peaceful people in the country.
He also criticized the government for introducing the uniform curriculum and said that a new Pandora Box would be opened by it.