Pakistan has been held hostage by mafias and corrupt people for 75 years, Sirajul Haq


Lahore / Deerbala: Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Sirajul Haque has said that mafias and corrupt people have held the country hostage for 75 years.

Addressing the local councilors’ convention in Dirbala, he said that those who govern repeatedly should tell the people about their performance. The rulers should answer that why 3.5 million children in Pakistan are deprived of education. People do not have access to basic health facilities and clean drinking water.

He said that three parties have been in power continuously for 35 years, the public should be told why loadshedding is happening for hours. If a few drops of rain fell, the entire Sindh, Karachi and Balochistan were flooded. Man has reached Mars and our children are scavenging for sustenance on garbage heaps. Roads in cities and villages have been destroyed and the streets have turned into piles of dirt. Seven decades have passed since independence, half of the time was eaten by dictators and the remaining part was expelled by the so-called democratic parties.

Amir Jamaat-e-Islami said that the rulers have damaged the geography and ideology of the country and traded the sacrifices of Kashmiris. Dr. Aafia, the daughter of the nation, was handed over to America and Raymond Davis, the murderer of Pakistanis, was released with honor. In India, mountains of oppression are breaking down on Muslims and Kashmiris and our rulers have now tied Nandan’s hands and handed them over to Modi.

Siraj-ul-Haq said that the solution to the problems lies in the Islamic system. Jamaat-e-Islami wants to build the society on Islamic principles so that our politics, institutions and economy are fixed and every human gets rights at his doorstep. Let us together speed up the struggle to make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state.

On this occasion, Member Provincial Assembly Inayatullah, Secretary General of Jamaat-e-Islami Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Abdul Wasi, former member of National Assembly Sahibzada Tariqullah and Ameer District Dirbala Hanifullah were also present. A battle was fought in the courts and when the Federal Shariah Court decided to rid the country’s economy of this abominable system by declaring usury as haram, the Muslim League (N) government reached the Supreme Court.

Siraj-ul-Haq said that the people should stand up for their rights and reject the landlords and vaders and choose the competent and honest leadership of Jamaat-e-Islami to lay the foundation of Islamic Welfare Pakistan.

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