KARACHI - Sectarianism eclipsing the City as processions, rallies, gatherings, wall chalking and distribution of threatening leaflets to Shias by sectarian banned outfits raise tensions, The Nation has learnt here on Monday. Different organisations have started their artivities including Sippah-e-Sahaba (SSP) Pakistan, Lashker-e-Jahngvi (LEJ) and Sippah-e-Muhammad Pakistan (SMP) and Tehreek-e-Jaffria (TJ). Initially the booked activists of the outlawed sectarian organisations freed in growing numbers and later Sippah-e-Sahaba currently known as Millat-e-Islamia held number of processions throughout the City and on the other side sealed offices of Sippah-e-Muhammad and Tehreek-e-Jaffria offices resumed functioning. Both groups had made graffiti on the City walls and shown the re-emergence of the parties. Interestingly, government had remained silent when processions had been taken around the City. Resultantly, three people were killed separately in a week and the killers are still roaming freely. On the other hand, Jafferia Alliance Pakistan had started taking out processions and rallies. The latest move to provoke extremism in the City was the distribution of handbills in which a deadline has been given to the Shias to either convert to Muslim or pay monthly tax (Gazziya) for staying in the Muslim state, Pakistan. Another controversial handbill also based upon the religious reheated matter in which Tehreek-Taliban, Dara-e-Adam Khail had given the timeframe to the Shias leaders for the released of detained Khaista-ur-Rehman son of Muhammad Akber of Musshtti village. The handbill has been distributed in Shia dominated areas like Jaffer-e-Tayyar Society, number 2, Shah Faisal Colony, Sadat Colony, Orangi Town, and Abbas Town and some other areas. The handbill quoted the Fatwa given by Qari Siraj, chief cleric of seminary Siraj-ul-Uloom, Dera Ismail Khan and the representative of Amir-ul-Mominin, Mullah Umar. It further intimated that Shia community must have to pay monthly Rs 20,000 to leader of Sippah-e-Sahaba, Hazrat Abdul Raof interim of tax (Gazziya) to live here as a minority.       It has also been learnt that some Shia clerics believe the handbill as direct threat while some considered conspiracy to sabotage the solidarity among Muslims. Maulana Hussain Masoodi, the central leader of Jafferia Alliance when contacted said that since the day first when new government formed, terrorists organisations gaining strength because of government's leniency. "Government should take strict action otherwise it will be the biggest threat to country." To a question, he said handbills had been distributed in various areas of the City which also indicated that a conspiracy against the solidarity between the Shia and Sunni sects had been hatched. He said that the involvement of a covert hand could be possible but this was the responsibility of the government to take up the issue and investigate. Askari Raza, central leader of Pasban-e-Azza pointed out that graffiti had been made by the SMP and SSP on the walls of Karachi Central Jail which shown the involvement of a covert hand. He said that the said handbills had been distributed in NWFP and DI Khan by the Taliban and pro-Taliban organisations. Abdul Ghafoor Nadeem, the leader of the Millat-e-Islamia Pakistan said that how could it be possible that a cleric of DI Khan distributed handbills in Karachi to get the amount interim of Gazziya. He declared it conspiracy against SSP and called it the provocation of sectarianism. "Our organisation have not done this ever before because such kind of activities are creating tensions."