Islamabad attack will prove to be Gov't negotiations policy's end: Hamid Raza
FAISALABAD: Chairman of Sunnit Ittehad Council (SIC), Hamid Raza has claimed that the Islamabad attack on a district court will prove to be the end of Government's negotiations policy – ARY News reports.
Talking to media here, Hamid Raza said that the ones turning the black coat of a female lawyer into a white shroud, deserve no mercy at all. He claimed that Taliban announced a ceasefire only to get time for making secure hideouts and to transfer explosives and ammunition reserves from one place to another.
He also criticized Jamiat Ulema Islam-Sami (JUIS) Chief, Molana Sami ul Haq and asked him to renounce Taliban.
Warning the Government, Hamid said that state's writ cannot be established unless the terrorists are given a tough time.
Earlier on Monday, at least 11 people were killed including a judge and a female lawyer, whilst 30 others were injured as a result of an attack by terrorists at Islamabad district court.