Rawalpindi - Tehrik-e-Jawanan-e-Pakistan (TJP) has announced to hold a protest demonstration next week in front of the office of the United Nations (UN) in the federal capital to unveil Indian plan of fuelling terrorism in Pakistan and denounce Mastung massacre.

The TJP also gave the call for countrywide protest demonstrations, rallies and public gatherings to condemn Mastung bloodshed. The decision was taken in a meeting held here at TJP Secretariat on Saturday under the chair of its Chairman Abdullah Gull. The meeting was also attended by TJP Central Secretary Dr Irfan Ashraf, Chief Organiser Mir Arshad, Vice Chairman Dr Sadiq-ul-Rehman Khattak and Secretary Public Relations Imran Sindhu.

Addressing the meeting, TJP Chairman Abdullah Gull and others vehemently condemned the kidnapping and killings of labourers from two buses by terrorists in mountainous area of Mastung. They termed the terrorist attack as an Indian conspiracy to create rifts between the Pashtun and Baloch people. They said that TJP would stage a protest demonstration outside UN Office in Islamabad during the next week to denounce Mastung killings. They said that they would also hold public gatherings in Peshawar and Quetta in June.

Abdullah Gull said that the members of TJP would visit door to door to create awareness among the people about nefarious designs of India that only wanted to destabilise Pakistan. “India while setting aside the human and international code of ethics had backed the terrorists who killed 19 innocent people in Mastung,” he said and added, “India simply wants to create hurdles in the way of Kashghar-Gwadar route by giving an impression to China that Pakistan had failed in controlling terrorism on her soil.” Gull was of view that the youth would defend the ideology as well as boundaries of Pakistan along with Pakistan Army. He urged the government to lift Indian terror fuelling attempt at international level.