Tahreek Khatm e Nabuwwat Part 2 pdf book

Tahreek Khatm e Nabuwwat Part 2 pdf book

Tahreek Khatm e Nabuwwat Part 2 pdf book

In early 2011 and late 2015, Jalali Barelvi militants were leading anti-government demonstrations in support of Mumtaz Qadri, who assassinated Governor Salman Taseer. In 2016, Jalali was one of several leaders of largely unknown Barelvi groups who took part in an unorganized anti-government protest that led to the arrest of a large number of protesters. Jalali, who founded a Barelvi sectarian group after Qadri’s execution over Taseer’s assassination, declined to comment on the purpose of the 2016 protests, and claimed He wants it to remain a “mystery.” [2] Jalali later claimed that the government of Pakistan had submitted a list of written demands of the protesters, but the Interior Ministry denied Jalali’s claim. Despite the refusal, the protesters evacuated the capital, even though the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metrobus had earlier suffered a loss of Rs 12 million. [8] Later that year, Jalali called for anti-government demonstrations and sermons in Chakwal when police tried to impose a curfew following mob violence against religious minorities. Ahmadis were driven out of the area for fear of protests and sermons.

Tahreek Khatm e Nabuwwat Part 2 pdf book
Tahreek Khatm e Nabuwwat Part 2 pdf book

Beginning in 2017, Jalali held several separate rallies with other Barelvi groups to commemorate Taseer’s assassination. [10] During the early protests of 2017, protesters led by Jalali and other clerics and members of the Sunni Tehreek-e-Barelvi militant group vandalized the Karachi Press Club and foiled paintings by women’s rights activists. [11] As a result of further planned demonstrations, authorities in the Islamabad Capital Territory banned Jalali and other Barelvi leaders, describing them as sectarian protesters for not entering the capital for two months.

Tahreek Khatm e Nabuwwat Part 2 pdf book