Pakistani police files case against 3-year-old Shia Muslim child mourning for Imam Hussain

Pakistani police files case against 3-year-old Shia Muslim child mourning for Imam Hussain

Pakistani police files case against 3-year-old Shia Muslim child for mourning (azadari) at his home in Kamoke Punjab.

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Kamoke district Gujranwala police booked and arrested three-year-old Shia Muslim boy Syed Fazal Abbas Naqvi, his father and uncle.

Police filed case against them for Moharram majlis (Muharram mourning ceremonies) at their home in Kamoke.

The biased police cops also mentioned terrorism related sections in the case.

Later, the detained three-year-old Shia child and his father and uncle approached court through lawyer for bail. Now they have released on bail but would have to face the case.

Independent legal and human rights experts have expressed concern over ongoing flagrant violation of human rights in Pakistan.

They said that even a three-year-old Shia child now faces terrorism charges for Muharram mourning ceremonies held at his home.

Violation of constitutionally-guaranteed rights of Shia Muslim citizens of Pakistan

On the one hand, fanatic of Tehreek Labbaik and outlawed Sipah Sahaba (ASWJ-Lashkar Jhangvi) Ludhianvi group have launched pogrom against Shia Muslims across Pakistan.

And on the other, State authorities have launched a discriminatory crackdown on Shia Muslims which, critics say, power that be launched on dictation from Saudi regime.

Ironically, under Saudi Wahhabi monarchy’s orders, their henchmen are filing false blasphemy cases against Shia Muslims.

Allama Shahenshah Naqvi asks intelligentsia to ponder upon Shia case

Independent analysts have been drawing attention of incessant violation of constitutionally-guaranteed rights of Shia Muslim citizens of Pakistan.

Pakistan Bar Council and SCBA officials have expressed concern over selective and discriminatory policy of the government which targets Shia Muslims.

Surge in (false) blasphemy cases against Shia community also alarmed Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.



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