Acting chief of the Jamaat-e-Islami, Liaqat Baloch, has expressed deep concern over the fresh wave of terrorism and said the anti Pakistan forces were carrying out terrorist activities to support the colonial agenda. He was speaking at an iftar party in Gopal Nagar. Liaqat Baloch offered condolences to the families of those martyred in Quetta and Parachinar and prayed for the quick recovery of the injured. He expressed the hope that the security forces would succeed in wiping out terrorism.
Stressing the need for the unity of the Muslim Ummah, for the liberation of the Qibla e Awwal, he said that unity could be achieved by feeling the agony of our brother Muslims in distress. He said that freedom was the right of the Palestinians and the Kashmiris and as long as these issues were not resolved, world peace would remain a dream. He said that the world powers patronizing Israel were continuing their game to divide the Muslim world.
Meanwhile, Information Secretary of the Jamaat e Islami, Amirul Azeem, has said that the NEPRA report had exposed the government claims regarding load shedding.
Speaking at an Iftar dinner held by JI Mansoora circle, he said that since 2013, the rulers had been claiming that load shedding would be completely over b y2018. However, he said, the NEPRA report had clearly stated that the power crisis would not be over by 2018 and the rules claims in this regard were false and an attempt to befool the masses.
Amirul Azeem said that all big electricity thieves were sitting in the government and as long as the government did not kick them out, the line losses could not be controlled and the problem of load shedding could not be resolved.
He said that the Prime Minister had personally announced that there won’t be load shedding at Sehr and Iftar timing during Ramazan but the people had to face the problem even at Sehr and Iftar times.
He said the rulers were intentionally keeping the people in the dark through false slogans. However, he said that the masses would not believe the rulers anymore. He said that the government that could not fulfill any of its promises during the last four and a half years, could not be expected to do wonders during next six months.—Sabah