JI terms ruling coalition ‘terrorists’
MINGORA, Nov 9: Central vice chief of Jamaat-i-Islami and former provincial senior minister Sirajul Haq has described the ruling parties as ‘political terrorists’, which have plunged the country into deep crisis.
Addressing a public meeting at Ghaligi ground in Swat, the JI leader said Pakistan was passing through crucial time due to the wrong policies of the rulers.
He alleged the people were suffering from plethora of problems, adding lawlessness, loadshedding, price hike, unemployment; loot and corruption had become a routine.
The rulers were spending luxurious lives while the layman was living a miserable life, he added.
Mr Siraj was of the view that the atmosphere of confrontation among the national institutions was due to the failed policies of the rulers, saying such confrontation may drag the country on the verge of collapse.
He said Pakistan was made in the name of Islam but the rulers imposed on the nation for the last eight years had put the people in miserable condition.
Islam teaches us unity, harmony and brotherhood, but the nation had been divided into small factions and groups, he lamented.
The JI leader also lambasted the rulers silence on bloodbath in Karachi, saying hundreds of innocent people had been killed in the port city, but not a single killer was arrested.
He also alleged that conspiracies were being hatched to split Pakistan into several parts on geographical lines.
He observed that Pakistani currency had plunged as compared to currency of Bangladesh and Afghanistan owing to corrupt practices by the rulers. Mr Siraj said the so-called champions of Pakhtun rights had turned the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa into a slaughter house, adding Peshawar once the citadel of peace, was today witnessing killings of innocent people, including police offices in broad daylight.
He said if the rulers didn’t take the issue of Balochistan seriously then East Pakistan like situation was likely to happen.
He said solution of all the problems lay in enforcement of Shaira law.