For all practical intents and purposes, I find him to be a token Sunni. He talks in vague language even about principles, let alone personalities. His so called chastisement of that idiot Hassan Haseebur Rehman is a prime example, notwithstanding his cacophonous ramblings during the Jalali-khata issue, or his copy paste fatwa from bin Bayyah, Jifry etc al permitting people to wish christians merry christmas. He's just ruthlessly focused on his own "career" in Islam. Just my opinion. As for Muzaffar Shah sahab, yes it is commendable for him to stand in honor of the Sahaba, and that would even possibly reinforce his right to be against Jalali's stance, but still nothing can justify his arrest and all these ulema should have stood up for him. Abdulhaq sahab was also eerily silent all throughout the Jalali-khata fiasco afaik. Plus I don't like or appreciate Kaukab Noorani or his gimmicks anymore. He too was seated on a sofa at the back of the trailer. Another career focused Sunni. Anyways these are the leaders Pakistani Sunnis have for now and they have to make best use of them. Alhamdulillah at least they stood up for Sayyiduna Ameer Mu3awiyah and the Sahaba radi Allahu 3anhum.