Corruption mafia cannot mislead masses: Siraj

F.P. Report

LAHORE: Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has said that the corruption mafia cannot mislead the masses by leveling allegations against one another. Talking to different delegations at Mansoora on Tuesday, he said that the gang of the corrupt was again out to hoodwink the people by changing faces and carrying different banners.

Sirajul Haq urged the people to exercise their vote in the next elections for wiping out corruption and reject those who had plunged the country into the mire of poverty, price hike, unemployment and lawlessness. He said that the plunderers should not be given another chance to loot public money.

The JI chief also stressed upon the Election Commission to enforce electoral reforms before the polls and all those facing charges of corruption should not be allowed to contest the elections till they were cleared by the courts.

He congratulated the nation for observing the Kashmir Solidarity Day with great zeal and fervor. He noted that lakhs of people in cities and towns had come on roads to demonstrate their support for their Kashmiri brethren which had raised the morale of the Kashmiris who were others depressed by the attitude of the Pakistani rulers. The JI chief said that until and unless a strong and Islam loving government was formed in the country, neither the problems of the country and the nation nor the Kashmir issue would be solved.

He said that those vying for friendship and trade with India were the only hurdle in the solution of the Kashmir issue and the leaders embracing Modi, the killer of the Kashmiris, were rubbing salt on the wounds of the Kashmiris.

Meanwhile, the custodian of the shrine of Husainia, Pir Sanaullah Husaini, called on the JI chief in Islamabad and lauded the JI’s efforts for the unity of the Muslim Ummah.   He said that all political and religious parties must stand united to safeguard the solidarity and integrity of the country.

He said that the enforcement of the Islamic system was the only way to overcome political unrest and chaos.

The JI chief appreciated the role of the seats of religious learning and shrines in the reformation of the society. He said that these religious circles had played a great part in the creation of Pakistan and would also in the stability and prosperity of the country.