Indian stance on Kashmir based on falsehood, hypocrisy: Baloch


Tando Muhammad Khan—Secretary General, Jamaat-e-Islami, Liaqat Baloch has said that Modi government’s stance on Kashmir was based on falsehood and hypocrisy and his nefarious designs against Kashmiris would soon be frustrated with liberation of Kashmir. He was talking to media after addressing a conference on martyrdom of Imam Husain (R.A) at Tando Muhammad Khan, on Tuesday. JI Deputy Chiefs Prof.
Muhammad Ibrahim Khan, Asadullah Bhutto and JI Sindh chief Dr Merajul Huda Sidiqui, also addressed conference. Liaqat Baloch stressed upon Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to present himself for accountability regarding Panama leaks in prevailing situation to resolve political confrontation as country faced serious foreign threats besides internal tensions.
He said that had Prime Minsiter set up an independent judicial commission on Panama laks, political impasse in country could have ended. JI Secretary General said that after destroying PIA, Railways, and Steels Mills, rulers were planning to sell these institutions on throwaway prices purely for selfish ends. Paying homage to Imam Husain, JI Secretary General said that martyrs of Karbala had become immortal while re was none to remember Yazeed. Liaqat Baloch said that delay in holding census despite Supreme Court directives was proved failure of government and its institutions.
He further said that fair, free and transparent elections were a necessity in Karachi in view of importance and magnitude of city. Liaqat Baloch said there seemed to be no logic in honouring Finance Minister who had burdened his county with loans from IMF and World Bank. Prof. Ibrahim Khan paid rich tributes to Imam Husain and said that great Imam had set a golden example for posterity by challenging tyrants of his times. He said that tragedy of Karbala was being rep4sted in Kashmir, Palestine, Syria and Burma and forces of truth and evil were pitted against each other.
He said that forces of truth would have to rise against evil forces. Dr Merajul Husain told gathering that valley of Sindh was land of love and peace and there was no room for hatred and enmity. He said JI was busy in bringing together believers under one banner.—SABAH