Difa-e-Pakistan Council Demands to Approach United Nations

karachi: The Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC) has warned that if NATO supplies to Afghanistan is restored then rulers will have to face the long march.

Addressing a DPC convention held at the JI headquarters here on Sunday, speakers warned the government that in case closed NATO supply is restored, no one would be able to avoid an Islamabad-bound march, which will prove to be fatal for them.

Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) Ameer Hafiz Muhammad Saeed has said that Pakistan’s decision of strategic partnership with the US was wrong and most of the ills which the country is facing today, are its outcome.

DPC leader also expressed his disappointment over the criminal silence and negligence of media and the government over massacre of Burmese Muslims and announced that the DCP will raise its voice against the genocide at all levels.

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Sami-ul-Haq chief Sami-ul-Haq said that present ruling regime had become a typical slave of the United States and was playing a puppet’s role over drone attacks instead of approaching the United Nations Organisation (UNO) and bringing an end to the attacks carried out on innocent people. He added that not only would the DPC ensure that NATO supplies remain blocked but it also will manage to bring an end to the drone strikes.

JI Sindh chief Asad Ullah Bhutto termed US an international terrorist and said that its logical end was not far and Pakistan should not stick to the US. He also demanded of the government to warn Burma that Pakistan will cut off its diplomatic relations with the country, if the Muslims’ massacre is not stopped.

The convention also demanded of the government to mount pressure on the UN to stop genocide of Muslims in Myanmar.

Addressing the convention, Chairman DPC Maulana Sami-ul-Haq said that the rulers of Pakistan have become salves of America whose drone attacks have been killing innocent citizens of the country.

He asked as to why the government did not approach the UN to get the drone attacks stopped.

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