PML Leader Maulana Illyas Chinoti
PML N leader Mulana Ilyas Chinoti has demanded government to end all agreements with Ahmadiyah community . In addtion , All Pakistan Khatam-e-Nabuwat Conference is demanding removal of Ahmedi’s working in civil services and armed forces .Ahmadiyah community is not only facing constitutional discrimination a quite genocide of peaceful community is going on for years in Pakistan .
Ahmedi shot dead in Faisalabad
LAHORE: An Ahmedi citizen, Naseem Ahmed, was assassinated by unidentified assailants in Faisalabad after terrorists distributed pamphlets in the city a few weeks ago urging citizens to kill Ahmedis. According to details, 55-year-old Naseem was sleeping in his house on Saturday when, at around 1:15am, four men entered his house, opened fire on him and escaped from the crime scene. A news report, published in Daily Times on June 14, had informed about plans of execution of terrorist activities against Ahmedis in the region. The report had further mentioned that the terrorists were collaborating with other wings and laying out a proper plan of Ahmedis’ target killings and had started distributing hate material like pamphlets and flyers in this regard. The terrorists had also released a list of prominent Ahmedi businessmen and other personalities living in Faisalabad and surrounding areas by mentioning their names and addresses, saying that the Ahmedi citizens of the country were involved in “conspiracies against Islam and Pakistan”. An extremist group, All Pakistan Students Khatam-e-Nabuwat Federation, also took part in distributing hate material against Ahmedis amongst the citizens living in Faisalabad. The government and law enforcement authorities did not take due notice of the people distributing pamphlets and other hate material, ignorance that eventually led to the killing of Naseem Ahmed. Naseem left four daughters, a son and his widow to mourn after him. Meanwhile, police has been unable to find clues against the murderers and no arrest had been made till the filing of this report. Talking to Daily Times, Ahmedi community’s spokesperson Saleemuddin said the incident was a result of the recently launched pamphlet and hate material distribution campaign by terrorists in the region. He said that those who had distributed the pamphlets had also mentioned their names, emails and phone numbers on the documents but police could not arrest single one of them, which definitely boosted their confidence and encouraged them to go ahead with their vicious plans. staff report