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Haideri terms attack on his convoy an ‘act of cowardice’

Haideri terms attack on his convoy an ‘act of cowardice’




QUETTA: Deputy Chairman of the Senate Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri has accused the neighbouring countries for becoming tool of India which is hell bent to destabilize and damage Pakistan.

Addressing a press conference after his recovery from the attempt on his life in Mastung last week, the Deputy Chairman of the Senate said he was not levelling allegations against Afghanistan and Iran but waiting for the investigation by the intelligence agencies.

Maulana Haideri, who is also Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl’s (JUI-F) Secretary-General, said that Mastung incident failed to break our spirits. He was admitted to the CMH Quetta after the explosion on May 12, in which 27 people were killed and 30 injured.

The blood of all those, who lost their lives in the Mastung explosion, will be used to bring about a revolution, Maulana Haideri remarked.

Speaking about those responsible for the attack, he said, “We all know what forces were involved in the attack alluding to involvement of India in the incident.”

He also said, “India has not accepted Pakistan’s independence yet,” adding that Indian conspiracies have led to instability in Pakistan. “I want to tell India that Pakistan is an atomic power now,” he said.

On his party, he remarked that the party is progressing day-by-day. “We have proven that if Pakistan’s government is handed over to us then we will make the country secure and stable.” He appreciated the JUI-F workers for peaceful reaction to the Mastung incident.

“I want to tell our enemies that we won’t stop our mission because of cowardly attacks.”

The JUI-F leader also thanked all political parties for enquiring about his health. “People from across Pakistan and world called me to ask about my health,” he said. “I am thankful to all.”—INP



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