Abdul Kader Mullah hanged for his loyalty to Pakistan, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan


Islamabad: Pakistan’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said that JI Leader Abdul Kader Mullah who was accused of war crimes in Bangladesh in 1971, hanged for his loyalty to Pakistan and he found this attempt very said and Tragic.

65-year-old Mullah Abdul Kader was hanged on Thursday in Bangladesh. Against this many protests took place in all over the world including Pakistan.

According to a statement issued by the Pakistan’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan after 42 years hanging Mullah Abdul Kader is highly regrettable and tragic and people are calling this judicial killing.

According to the Government news agency APP JI leader Chaudhry Nisar regrets the execution of Mullah and expressed concern, saying that Kader Mullah hanged for his loyalty to Pakistan and honor of solidarity.

He said that “Mullah was the loyal of Pakistan even before becoming the Bangladesh till his death and every Pakistani is feeling grief and sorrow over his death.

Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar said that Muslim Ummah demands unity and wisdom these days but this by these kinds of acts Bangladesh is trying to make complication and disputes.

Bangladesh’s government claims that in 1971, 30 million people were killed during the war but according to some researchers in this battle between three to five million people were killed.

During the events of the separation of Bangladesh and Pakistan in 1971, Bangladesh is accusing Pakistan Army for their injustice and brutality in 1971 war. Bangladesh Has demanded that Pakistan for a public apology from Bangladeshi people but Pakistani Government is not doing so.

According to human rights organizations special judicial tribunal who sentenced Abdul, does not meet international standards of justice.

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