Naqvi flays govt over poor law and order

TANDO JAM - Millat-e-Jafria Pakistan leader Allama Sajid Naqvi has criticised the government and law enforcing agencies for their failure to stop killings of Shia community people across the country.
Talking to the journalists on Sunday, Naqvi said Shia people and others are being killed in targeted actions but the government and other agencies were silent.
“I was attacked in DG Khan and the attacker was arrested, which raised hope that their ring leader would be traced and nabbed no action so far has been taken,” he said. 
Commenting on the attack on Malala Yousufzai, the leader condemned it. However, he expressed surprise on the attitude of the government, media and foreign powers.
“Hundreds of people are being assassinated daily in the country but they don’t take it seriously,” he argued.
Naqvi described the exorbitant hike in petroleum and prices of other essential commodities as drone attacks. He said, “Law of jungle prevails here as there seems no state.”
Kazim Ali Shah Naqvi and other leaders were also present.
Desperate PPP leader resigns: Jana Khan Durani, the president of PPP, UC-5, Tando Adam, tendered his resignation being desperate of the policies of his party’s leadership and government during last four and half a year.
He submitted resignation to PPP Tando Adam President Lala Muhammad Ayub at a meeting held at residence of MPA Fida Hussain Dero on Sunday in connection with participation in Hyderabad public meeting on Monday (today).

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