Captain (retd) Safdar yesterday made headlines again after a fiery speech in the parliament calling for the banning of Ahmedis from joining Army, Civil Services and other top institutions. For a man who is being indicted on charges of massive corruption to divert attention to gain sympathy from right-wing religious parties, it was a shameful tactic. P
It was a shameless tactic by a man who is being indicted on charges of massive corruption to divert attention to gain sympathy from right-wing religious parties.
His speech was condemned across the board as inflammatory and against the spirit of Pakistan. People even asked if it was fed by outside agencies wanting to create deliberate havoc inside Pakistan and to show that Pakistan was an extremist country.
Capt safdar’s move of Qadiani ban in army actually not about Qadianis or army but a crafty move to create pressure elsewhere. Details soon
— Mohammad Malick (@MalickViews) October 10, 2017
White colour in Pakistani flag represents non-Muslim Pakistanis those who r trying to make divisions on religious basis r not our friends
— Hamid Mir (@HamidMirPAK) October 11, 2017
— M. Jibran Nasir (@MJibranNasir) October 10, 2017
These two Ahmadis have done more for Pakistan than Capt. Safdar, PMLN and their forefathers put together. pic.twitter.com/iTK0RyBS3g
— Sohaib (@soahb) October 10, 2017
Maj Gen Iftikhar Janjua most senior Pakistani officer to b killed in action. But Captain Safdar logic states he shudnt even b in military pic.twitter.com/tm1Bk6Jjxp
— Awais Bajwa (@awaisbajwa_) October 10, 2017
He has lost his mind.Didn't spare his inlaw.Capt Safdar lashes out against Ahmadis, faces backlash on social media https://t.co/wVYFj6x7JY
— zahid Hussain (@hidhussain) October 10, 2017
Capt Safdar is an irrelevant idiot, desperately trying to be relevant. Finality of Hazrat Muhammad PBUH is beyond any doubt.
— Awais Hameed (@awais_hameed) October 10, 2017
Captain Safdar has erased any pretensions of pluralism that the PML-N may have had.
Next time they try, Pakistanis should remember today.
— Mosharraf Zaidi (@mosharrafzaidi) October 10, 2017