‘Will make Pakistan a
loan-free state’: Siraj-ul-Haq

F.P. Report

LAHORE: Emir Jamat-e-Islami (JI) Siraj ul Haq said on Wednesday that their government can make Pakistan a “loan-free” state as the country has 65per cent, skilled youngsters.

In one of his statements, the emir said that JI being a religious party has helped Muslims as well as Non-Muslims in times of need.

He added, “If their party come into power, they would precisely focus on the agriculture sector, education would be free for all and health services will be the responsibility of the state.”

Emir Siraj-ul-Haq slammed the PDM government over the seat reservation for overseas Pakistanis and not providing enough support to orphans and specially-abled people.

Mr Siraj also said that their party made Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) a “loan-free” province, though currently, it owed Rs1 trillion.”

Furthermore, the Emir said “Pakistan has a very strong and skilled youth, cities such as Kalaam, Midian, Murree, and Malam Jabba are an embodiment of beauty in the world. The country has rich resources including coal and gold, and the state has powerful foreign ambassadors in the form of overseas Pakistanis.”