Public rally seeks removal of Rana Sanaullah – Dawn report

Rana Sanaullah. — APP Photo

HYDERABAD: A large number of civil society activists staged a rally from Sindh University’s old campus to the press club here on Tuesday to condemn Friday’s attacks on worship places of Ahmadis in Lahore and the resultant loss of precious lives. They raised slogans against Taliban and urged the Punjab government to dissociate itself from banned outfits and remove its irresponsible home minister Rana Sanaullah. They condemned the killing of innocent people in the name of religion and urged the government to take strict action not only against the extremists and terrorists but also those who were providing them financial and moral support.

They said that the Punjab government was ignoring the process of Talibanisation of the province to safeguard its temporary political interests.

They demanded action against government functionaries and police officers who were associated with extremists.

They also condemned the attack on Jinnah Hospital in Lahore and Israeli Israeli aggression on the ships carrying relief goods for the stranded Palestinians.

Prominent among the participants of the rally were Punhal Sario, Amar Sindhu, Irfana Mallah and leftist leader Taj Mari. — Correspondent

Source: Dawn, 02 Jun, 2010



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