Monday, March 12, 2018

Pakistan: Intelligence agencies seek student-turned-terrorist planing to massacre Ahmadis


Saeed, whose Facebook profile indicates he is associated with Food Sciences & Technology department at BZU, is sought by intelligence agencies and the local police. 

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | Int'l Desk
Source/Credit: Kashif Chaudhary, MD
By Web Desk | March 11, 2018

"All Qadianis will die soon."

Intelligence agencies raided the house of a university student recently and found hoards of high-grade ammunition and a death note talking about the suspect's plan to massacre Ahmadi Muslims. "All Qadianis (Ahmadi Muslims) will die soon," wrote Pirzada Muhammad Tariq Saeed who attends Bahaudin Zakariya University (BZU) in Multan.

According to Kashif Chaudhary, MD, a U.S.A. based rights activist, the agencies forwarded copies of their intelligence reports to the area police headquarters in Multan.

According to the intelligence report, Pirzada Aseed is a Barelvi Sunni and his where-about is unknown since March 6th of this year. Authorities suspect Saeed might be planning a major terrorist attack alongside his co-terrorists.

Saeed, whose Facebook profile indicates he is possibly associated with the Food Sciences & Technology department at BZU, is sought by intelligence agencies and the local police. He is likely armed and dangerous.

If anyone knows Saeed, or knows of someone who might, he is she is asked to inform the authorities.

"It appears that Saeed has a major terrorist attack in mind," wrote Kashif Chaudhary, MD, "because in his death note he anticipates killing some non-Ahmadi Muslims as well and apologizes for killing them in advance."

BZU is located in Multan, Punjab, Pakistan. It is the Largest university of South Punjab.

BZU was formerly known as Multan University.



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