He appealed to the state employees to stand against this “barbarism” and wear black badges on arms and hoist black flags on all the government institutions and offices on September 8, as a mark of protest against this ethnic genocide.
Wani appealed to all the countries and world community in general and Muslim countries in particular to take a strong note of this government sponsored brutality in Myanmar and open their borders to provide space and shelter to the refugees of Burma on humanitarian basis.
Wani condemned the “criminal” silence of world community especially UNO on this serious human issue.
Meanwhile, Wani condemned the “harassment” of High Court Bar Association (HCBA) president Mian Abdul Qayoom by National Investigation Agency (NIA).
“Mian Qayoom is a highly dignified personality and reputed lawyer, always fighting for justice to the common people and suppressed class. He has a good moral character and honest background,” Qayoom Wani, in a statement today, said.