Pakistan

Siraj says country lacks visionary, courageous leadership

LAHORE: Jamaat-e-Islami emir Siraj-ul-Haq has said it was incumbent upon people to decide whether they wanted Islamic system or any other system for the country, ARY News reported Sunday.

Addressing on final day of JI’s three-day congregation at Minar-e-Pakistan, he said the current rulers in the country were not capable of staring down India.

He slammed India for transgressing in Pakistan’s authority and asked the neighbouring country to mend its ways.

He vowed to wage ‘Jihad’ against load-shedding and poverty.

While referring to rulers, the JI chief said if they admire US alliance, then they should live there.

If people keep on giving votes to thieves, how then theft could be stamped out from the country, he asked.

The national wealth, he said, will be retrieved from corrupt rulers. He castigated that neither the current leadership had vision nor it had any courage.

He promised to give peasants their due rights, after JI took to power.

He claimed that the JI was the only party that could provide country a system based on justice and fairness. “We want to transform Pakistan into a welfare Islamic state.

He criticized the rulers for handing over Pakistani scientist Aafia Siddiqui to United States. “Once we are in power, I promise there will be no VVIP in the country,” he said.

He regretted that it was common in the country that a person who commits a mistake lays its blame on the other one.

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