TTP asks political parties in Pakistan to join hands to create Taliban like rule

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Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has issued a detailed statement regarding the recently concluded sham elections in Pakistan. On February 8, the elections happened in Pakistan, TTP claimed that continuous deliberation in the Islamic Republic for past 77 years have not benefitted Islam and hence, the radicalised parties in Pakistan should join hands with TTP to instal a political system in Pakistan similar to Taliban regime in Afghanistan.  

According to TTP, the democratic process of elections adopted by Pakistan that have only divided the Ummah and the leaders have been imposed through media propaganda and what it called as the “secret satanic forces” whose loyalty is not to Islam. In its statement TTP defined it as a recipe to impose the Islam of West.

Raising question over the Pakistani establishment, TTP targeted Pakistan Army saying that they are put forward by the imperialist forces and when they retire, they return to their masters, where they have businesses and accumulated looted capital of poor people.

Highlighting the deep entrenched military establishment’s rule, the terrorist organisation stated that the military establishment imposes the influential slave political families on Pakistan through nominally democratic elections and further undermines the Islamic values.

TTP also claimed that Pakistan is not a free and independent country and that its foreign, internal, economic, educational, defence, military and social policies are the tenants of the military establishment.

TTP’s call for “Holy Jihad”

Furthermore, TTP said that the only option for Pakistan is the path of terrorism which is termed as “the Holy Jihad.” The Holy Jihad of Tehreek Taliban Pakistan, it said, “has entered a hopeful stage, the manpower of Mujahideen is increasing rapidly, the scope of the war is widening. In most areas, it is becoming difficult for the occupying forces to attack their forts.”  

In its pursuit of terrorism, it requested the bigoted Islamic political parties working in Pakistan (Jamaat Ulema-e-Islam, Jamaat-e-Islami, Tehreek-e-Labeek and Jamiat Ahl-e-Hadith, etc.) to join hands together as the electoral and democratic practices could neither achieve nothing nor it is good for Islam Ummah.

It appealed to these bigoted political parties to direct towards Jihadi politics, referring to it as a stronger hope from Allah to install a political system akin to the Taliban regime in Afghanistan.

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