JI struggling for rights of women: Mushtaq

A.R. Abid Bunery

BUNER: Provincial Chief of Jamaat-i-Islami (JI), Mushtaq Ahmed Khan has claimed that only his party was striving hard for the rights of women folk as per Islamic teachings.

He added that some political parties were promoting the culture of dances in the political rallies which is totally opposite of our culture. We are Muslims and Pakhtuns and have very rich culture values and JI are working for the rights of women according to our values, he added.

The Youths were precious asset and bright future of Pakistan but the successive government were ignored this force as there was no visible policy for education, skill development, employment and induction them into politics while the Jamaat was devised a strategy to ensure them all out support including due share in parliamentary politics as well.

He was addressing a well attended gathering at Markaz Islami in Swari Buner on the occasion he administered oath to newly chose cabinet members of Jamaat district, zone, and tehsil as well. The JI Youth Chief Abdul Ghafar and district chief Mohammad Hanif also addressed the gathering.

Mushtaq added that the set-in at Faiz Abad Chowk in Islamabad was just to expose the person behind the amendments in the blasphemous laws and the government use of force against them strongly condemned. He urged upon the district leadership for spreading the party message door to door ahead upcoming general elections and to lead the nation and country towards welfare Islamic state.