Lahore, November 06, 2018 (PPI-OT): Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has said that the issue of the Namoos e Risalat was the biggest issue of the country at present as profanity of the Holy Prophet was going on in this Islamic state. He was addressing the oath taking ceremony of the newly elected head of JI for Buner district. Muhammad Haleem Bacha took oath as the new Buner chief. The ceremony was attended by former Speaker of the provincial assembly Bakht Jahan Khan, a former provincial minister Habibur Rahman Khan, and others.
Sirajul Haq said that people like Mumtaz Qadri were executed after brief and overnight court proceedings but those guilty of profanity were being released. He demanded that Aasia Masih’s name be put on the ECL and the Supreme Court should review her case. Sirajul Haq said the JI had already launched Hurmat e Rasool movement in order to create an awakening among the masses from Karachi to Chitral on the issue. He said, the country needed a leadership that was the upholder of the sanctity of the Holy Prophet.
The JI chief said the rulers talked too much about the improvement of the country’s economy but were not ready to take practical steps in that direction. He said that Pakistan had abundant resources of men and material, a best climate and fertile land. Yet its people were poor. He said that young Pakistani doctors and engineers were working in different countries of the world and had earned name.
Despite that, the Pakistani passport was taken as a symbol of corruption and poverty because of the wrong policies of the rulers. He said that as several man-made systems had been tried in this country and had failed, the Islamic system alone provided solution to our problems. He urged the people to stand by the JI for the enforcement of the Islamic system. He deplored that the obscenity and nudity were being promoted in the country achieved in the name of Islam.
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