Lahore, March 09, 2019 (PPI-OT): Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has impressed upon the government to fulfill its election promises and provide relief to the masses. He was talking to JI workers in Islamabad on Saturday. Sirajul Haq said that the experiences carried out during the last 71 years had proved that the democratic system and the military rule could not provide justice and equality to the people as was guaranteed by the Shariah.
He said that some people wanted that the Islamic provision of the constitution be abolished. However, he said that the nation which had sacrificed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people to achieve this country in the name of La- Ilaha Illallah, would protect these Islamic provisions at the cost of their lives.
Sirajul Haq said the primary objective of JI’s mass contact and Defa e Pakistan campaign was to bring together the people on the Pakistan ideology. He said that the enemy was attacking the country through its jets and also wanted to distract our youth from their ideology and culture through its cultural attacks. He said the defense of the ideological borders of the country was as important as that of its geographical borders but the country’s rulers had never given serious thought to it.
The JI chief pointed out that the National Assembly had adopted the Shariah Act in 1991 but even after the passage of twenty eight years, it had not been implemented. “If this is the situation of the acts passed by the Senate and the National Assembly, how can the country move ahead,” he asked. Sirajul Haq said there were no two opinions in regard to the women’s rights but the way a few women from the elite class had demonstrated the idea of women emancipation, it was most shameful.
Sirajul Haq said that the JI wanted to promote the idea of “Pakistanyat”, in the society so that the problems facing the country and the nation could be solved through national unity and harmony. He directed the JI workers to get ready for achieving the goal of the Islamic revolution in the country.
He was sure that a vigorous and successful public contact campaign could not only help make Pakistan Islamic and prosperous but also make its defense impregnable that the enemy could cast dare to cast evil eye on it. Sirajul Haq said it was ironic that while the Kashmiris were laying down their lives for an Islamic Pakistan, some people in the country were trying to promote the Indian Hindu culture in the country.
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