JI not to involve in any campaign against democracy, says Siraj
LAHORE: Ameer of Jamat e Islami (JI), Siraj ul Haq has said that his party will not involve in any campaign aimed at derailing democracy in the state. He said that the current Government should complete its tenure – ARY News reports.
Talking to media here on Thursday, Siraj ul Haq said that rulers should not be provided a chance to label themselves as martyrs, by removing them from power. He said that the failure of Government talks with Taliban, will be the failure of Pakistan.
Siraj said that the Government is demonstrating cold attitude and demanded the Prime Minister to explain what hurdles are obstructing the way of talks.
The JI Ameer told that he wants reforms in the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), however his party will not involve in any campaign aimed at derailing the democratic system of the country and the Government should complete its tenure.
Siraj ul Haq said that there is no coalition of religious parties present in the state and for this purpose 'Mili Yakjehti Council' will be further strengthened.
He also demanded an explanation from the Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, about the recent drone attack and inquired that is it a result of Pak-US coalition or he is helpless in this regard.
Moreover, Siraj ul Haq demanded the Government to record its protest on international level against the executions of Akhwan ul Muslimeen and JI leaders in Egypt and Bangladesh respectively.