A seminary under the influence of banned terrorist outfit ASWJ has lodged a false case against 20 Shia pilgrims in Sind, Pakistan, who were raising religious slogans Narah-e-Haidery in praise of Imam Ali al-Sajjad, peace be upon him, the third infallible Imam of Shia Islam. Abdullah Sindhi of the banned terrorist outfit ASWJ has close ties with the JUI seminary and its leaders including Essa Samoon. They cooked up a case to defame Shia Muslims by implicating them in false charge of blasphemy. The 20 Shia Muslims were part of Shia caravan of pilgrims and as per tradition were raising slogans praising Imam Ali al-Sajjad, peace be upon him, who is a non-controversial sacred figure of Islam. The takfiris defend the Umayyad dynastic despotic and tyrant ruler Yazid and his family while Sunni and Shia Muslims defend Ahlulbait, peace be upon them.