Ludhiyanvi urges Gov't to take notice of Iranian minister's threats
ISLAMABAD: Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamat (ASWJ) Chief, Molana Ahmed Ludhiyanvi has urged the Government of Pakistan to take notice of the threats issued by Iran and to summon the Iranian Ambassador at the Foreign Office (FO) for recording Pakistan's protest – ARY News reports.
Addressing a news conference here on Wednesday, Molana Ahmed Ludhiyanvi said that the statement of Iranian Interior Minister, Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli is alarming, but the Government is silent on this.
He urged that if the incident of abduction Iranian border guards is true, then the Government of Pakistan should get them released and handover to Iran, but any step against the security and solidarity of Pakistan shall not be tolerated at all.
Ludhiyanvi further stated that the Iranian officials should take care of the limits prescribed to them and act accordingly.