Jamaat-e-Islami will continue its drive against corruption till the ailment is eliminated: Baloch

Lahore, October 31, 2018 (PPI-OT): Secretary General, Jamaat e Islami, Liaqat Baloch, has said that the heavy foreign loans on the country had only changed the lives of the elite class and the rulers but it had defamed Pakistan all over the world and worsened the plight of the common man. He was speaking at a ceremony organized by the Al-Khidmat Foundation, Lahore chapter, for distribution of wheel chairs to the disabled.

Liaqat Baloch said that none of the past governments had tried to check corruption due to which the malady had by now crept into every segment of the society. He said that the JI would continue its drive against corruption till the ailment was eliminated. He said the JI had been serving the masses for decades and it would continue this mission under all circumstances.

JI Lahore district chief Zikrullah Mujahid has said that the JI considered service of the fellow beings as its primary duty and it would continue this no matter it won the elections or not. He said that welfare activities of the Al9Khidmat Foundation was going on all over the country. Thousands of children in Lahore were getting education through its financial support and stipends of Rs. 2400 were being given to 1400 orphans every month. Besides, hundreds of widows were being provided ration. Chief of the Al-Khidmat Foundation, central Punjab, Waqas Waheed, and Lahore chief of the Al-Khidmat Foundation, Abdul Aziz Abid, also spoke on the occasion.

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