Taliban, not political parties behind Karachi unrest: Khursheed Shah

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Sukkur: Federal Minister for Religious Affairs, Syed Khursheed Shah has held Taliban responsible behind violence and unrest in Karachi, Sindh’s capital city.

Shah, who faced severe criticism over his statement regarding military operation in Karachi few days back, said Taliban not political parties are involved in acts of terrorism in the metropolitan city of Pakistan.

Talking to local media here on Sunday, the minister said that all the precautionary measures have been taken for security during the sacred month of Muharram.

He said that Talibanization has grounded its roots in Karachi and the government is trying to limit it. “Taliban are involved in Karachi unrest, not the workers of any political party.”

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1 Response to " Taliban, not political parties behind Karachi unrest: Khursheed Shah "

  1. Abbas says:

    khursheed what difference does it make, whoever is responsible for unrest and sectarian violence in karachi?It is the incompetence of you and your likes that you have not been able to apprehend the perpetrators of this dastardly deeds.Don’t you people feel ashamed that you have an amateurish law enforcement agencies, who are not able to protect peoples lives.The situation is worse than that of an uncivilized society , where the law of the jungle persists.

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