HYDERABAD, Jan 4: Leaders of Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ) on Friday vowed to participate in the long march to Islamabad planned by the outfit’s central leadership.

Addressing a press conference at the press club, ASWJ general secretary Asim Ali Shah and vice-president Maulana Abdul Qayyum Haidri said that ASWJ central leader Maulana Mohammad Ahmed Lodhyanvi would lead a long march along with other religious and political leaders from Karachi. It would reach Hyderabad on Jan 11. They said that long march would reach Islamabad on Jan 18.

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