Lahore, November 07, 2017 (PPI-OT):Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has suggested NAB to establish a modern hospital for the local treatment of all those who fell ill immediately on receiving NAB summons and fled from the country on the pretext of treatment abroad. Inaugurating an Urdu daily in the city on Tuesday, he said that whosoever was summoned by NAB got indisposed and left the country for medical treatment abroad which was highly costly for this poor country with limited resources and under heavy debt. He said If NAB established a standard hospital for the treatment if its accused, they would have no ground to leave the country for that purpose.
Renowned journalist and Chief Editor leading Urdu daily Pakistan Mujibur Rahman Shami, PTI leader Mian Mehmud ur Rashid and JI Information Secretary Amirul Azeem, also spoke on the occasion. The JI chief said that that NAB’s performance so far had been unimpressive which made the corrupt elements happy while the general public was disappointed. Sirajul Haq said that the official had all of sudden raised the issue of a technocrats government although this demand had neither made by the opposition nor by the court.
He said that the JI was determined to chase the corrupt at every front and suggested that in order to make the country corruption free, all those facing corruption cases should not be allowed to contest polls. He further said that the government was undecided on the issue of fresh constituencies and an attempt was being made to mislead the general public. He however said if the government was willing, the work of new constituencies could be completed within one month. He warned that all tactics to delay the polls would be fail.
Sirajul Haq said that the JI was not pressing or Minus One formula, instead it was pressing for “Minus Corruption. HE said if the corruption was wiped out from the country, Minus One would become irrelevant. He said that smog and fog were hanging over the country’s political horizon as in the Punjab planes and the rule of the constitution and the law was inevitable to avoid any mishap. The country, he said, could not run sans the supremacy of the constitution.
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