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Habib Jalib assassination widely condemned.

HYDERABAD, July 15, 2010 (Balochistan Times): People belonging to different walks of life have condemned the brutal murder of Habib Jalib. According to press statements issued on Thursday the leaders of the different political parties and workers besides representatives of various nationalist, political and others strongly condemned the killing of the BNP General Secretary and a central leader and demanded that the culprits be brought to justice. The General Secretary Pakistan Muslim League (F) Sindh Nawab Rashid Ali Khan and Provincial Additional Information Secretary Zubair Ahmed Memon, Amir-e-Jamaat Islami (JI), Hyderabad Abdul Waheed Qureshi, President Sindh Hari committee Sindh Comrade Azhar Jatoi, Chairman Sindh Taraqqi Pasand Party (STPP) Dr.Qadir Magsi, Haider Shahani, Dr.Rajab Memon, Senior Vice president Jamiat Ahl-e-Hadith Amir Abdullah Farooqi, Moulana Murtaza Khan President JUI Sindh Dr.Sahabzada Abul Khair Zubair, Muhammad Shoaib Mohammadi, Members of Central Committee Sindh Pervaiz Ansari and Sagheer Qureshi, Member of Federal Council Ellahi Bux Qaimkhani, District Coordinator Hyderabad Pasha Qazi, Media Consultant of Chief Minister Sindh Aftab Ahmed Khanzada and others have strongly condemned the killing of Habib Jalib on Wednesday morning. They said that some hidden elements are trying to destabilize province for their nefarious designs. They said that Habib Jalib was a political worker and the killing of Habib Jalib would have serious implications. They condemned the extremism in Pakistan and they said that the people of Pakistan have rejected the extremist forces and enemies of Pakistan. They also paid rich tributes to Habib Jalib Baloch for his services rendered in the realm of politics and demanded that the culprits be brought to justice. They also appealed to the people of Pakistan and all the political parties to shun their all difference and jointly strive for strengthening democracy in the country under the real ideology of the Pakistan.

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