Saudi Arabia Behind the Killing of Shias in Pakistan: Mir Hasil Bizenjo

Islamabad: Senator Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo son of Ghaus Bux Bizenjo, an old politician and President National Party of Baluchistan blamed that Saudi Arabia behind the killing of shias in Pakistan. He was talking to journalists on Thursday on the sideline of a senate debate in Islamabad over the increased targeted  killing of civilian across the country.

“Saudia Arabia provides funds for group promoting sectarian violence and  terrorist activities especially in Baluchistan.” He further added the members of the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi who are responsible for most of the killing of Shia Muslims in Pakistan are funded by Saudi Arabia.

He claimed that  there is no Shia-Sunni division  in Pakistan; the terrorists of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi are however trying to create tension and animosity between the two communities to forward their own evil purposes.”

Some others members of  Senate also recognized that groups such as the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi are to blame for the surge in sectarian violence and widespread insecurity in Pakistan, stressing propaganda was becoming fierce against the Shia community.

In regards to Hazara community, Bezenzo noted, “the Hazara people are being killed in Quetta because they are Shia Muslims.”

Pakistan upper and lower House of Parliament held a series of debate on the matter over the past few days as to try to find ways in which to address the issue constructively.

A great number of Pakistani parliamentarians condemn all terrorist activities in Pakistan, calling on the government to take firm actions.

And a proposed military operation in north Waziristan is under consideration now a days in Pakistan. Political parties of Pakistan are divided over the operation. Only mqm is openly demanding a operation against Taliban in north Waziristan.


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