FIR against Benazir if PML-Q leaders attacked: Pak minister

November 14th, 2007 - 2:56 am ICT by admin  
Strongly condemning the October 18 carnage in Karachi, Haq said it could have been prevented if Bhutto had delayed her homecoming.

He urged Bhutto to quit playing political games with innocent lives, and added that no one would be permitted to sabotage or disband madrassas.

“No one will be allowed to cast an evil eye on our madrassas,” he told reporters here.

Following comments about allowing the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) access to Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan and permitting US attacks on Pakistani soil, Bhutto is now trying to sabotage madrassas, he said.

Haq said Bhutto was not “sounding too good,” her comments were hard to swallow, and that after returning she had “virtually lost her senses”, the Daily Times reported. (ANI)

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