MWM central shura reviews national and community issues regarding Conspiracies against Pakistan, Enforced disappearance, Zaireen problems, Students Union and Foreign Funding and so on.
Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jafari briefed media at the conclusion of two-day meeting in Islamabad.
Specially, Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen discussed plots enemied hatched to bog down Pakistan into a constitutional crisis. The central shura also discussed Kashmir issue.
Moreover, MWM officials thrashed out issues relating to Shia community particularly enforced disappearance.
Accompanied by Shura members, Allama Raja Nasir told the media that US, India, Israel and some GCC countries remained engaged in machinations.
However, at the outset, he urged the government to work take practical steps for substantial reforms. He said that reforms remain essentially needed.
Furthermore, he said that MWM demands end to enforced disappearance and release of all missing persons.
Allama Raja Nasir emphasised the closure of all torture cells across Pakistan.
He urged the government to take steps to sort out Zaireen grievances. He said that the government also had made commitments. Hence, they must honour those promises.
Meanwhile, MWM secretary general also ridiculed the conspirators, suggesting that by such sorts of efforts, they would have liberated Kashmir.
MWM Shoora supports legitimate demand of people of Gilgit Baltistan because they want full rights as citizens.
While answering a question, Allama Raja Nasir said MWM backs restoration of students union but that should not disturb their education.
To another query regarding the political parties foreign funding, he cited that Pakistan itself runs depends upon foreign funding (debts).
Therefore, he called for end to foreign funding at all level.