Pakistan has become hunting ground for anti-state elements: JI

F.P. Report

LOWER DIR: The Jamaat-e-Islami senator Mushtaq Ahmad Khan has said that Pakistan has become a hunting ground for anti-state elements and they are free to carry out sabotage acts. Addressing the monthly congregation of the JI held at the Ahya ul Uloom Balambat as chief guest here on Thursday night, he said that despite the passage of 75 years, the objectives of the establishment of Pakistan had not been fulfilled.

He said the Shariat dystem had not been implemented in the country, because of which Allah Almighty was unhappy and the country was suffering from economic problems and terrorism.

Senator Mushtaq Ahmad Khan said that the rulers were the slaves of the western powers and they are working for their interests. He said that the country was in the grip of terrorism and inflation due to the non-implementation of the Islamic system in Pakistan, that came into being in the name of Islam.

The JI lawmaker said that the honor and faith of the Muslims had been challenged by the non-Muslims in Sweden and Denmark, but unfortunately the Muslims had kept silent on it. He urged the Muslim world to get united for protecting their common religion and welfare of the Muslim brothers. The function was also addressed by the JI district chief Izazul Mulk and others.