Failure of foreign, domesticpolicies increase threats to security: Baloch

Lahore—Acting Ameer of the Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Liaqat Baloch, has said that the failure of foreign and domestic policies of the rulers was increasing the threats to the national security.
Addressing the youth at an Iftar dinner here on Sunday, he said that the drone attack in Balochistan was an attack on the country’s independence and sovereignty.
He said that peace and stability were returning to the country because of the Zarb e Azab and the National Action Plan against terrorism. He said that the consensus of the national leadership was a great success.
The JI acting chief said that enemies of Pakistan were trying their best to sabotage the China Pakistan Economic Corridor project while the government was in the battle field without a Foreign Minister and a Defense Minister.
Liaqat Baloch said that the National security policy had proved a failure.  He said that India and Afghanistan were carrying out subversive activities with the US support. He said that the government itself was the biggest obstacle in winning the war against terrorism.          
He said that the Defae Pakistan Council would hold Defense Conferences in major cities including Peshawar, Karachi, Quetta and Lahore.
The JI acting Ameer said that the youth were the real asset of the country and the JI was proud of their natural capabilities.  The country’s youth, had earned recognition worldwide due to their talent as doctors, engineers, soft ware and hard ware engineers but the corrupt political leadership and the corrupt system were creating despair among the young generation.
He said it was a great blessing that the country’s youth had deep love for Pakistan and were imbued with the spirit of sacrificing their all for the country. He assured the youth that if they stood united, they would be wielding the reigns of powers in future. He said the youth would have to free the country from the hold of the corrupt elite.—Agencies

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