India-Pakistan war’s flames would spread across globe; World attention towards India’s horror war plans aginst Pakistan sought
Lahore—Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq has said that India was creating war atmosphere to divert the world attention from her brutalities in Kashmir but in case of an attack, she would be facing a thousand times stronger Pakistan than in 1965.
Addressing the JI Youth Festival under the aegis of JI women wing at Aiwan-e-Iqbal on Saturday, Sirajul Haq stressed upon the international community to take notice of India’s war plans and her threats to Pakistan in order to save the region from the horrors of war. The festival was attended by a large number of girl students from schools, colleges and universities.
He warned that an India- Pakistan war now would not be confined to the two countries but its flames would spread across world. The world should not sit idle but should take practical steps to restrain India and prevent a war, he said and added that India should come out of war hysteria and hold meaningful talks on the Kashmir issue.
Sirajul Haq said that India had been facing extremism since long. Hindu fanatics were treating minorities of Muslims, Sikhs and Christians worse than animals. On economic front, India was suffering from worst type of poverty and millions of her citizens were forced to go to sleep with empty bellies. Yet, Indian Premier Modi was spitting venom against this country to conceal his failures.
The JI chief said that the Pakistani nation was determined to face any enemy challenge like one man. He said that in the 1965, even the Pakistani women had come out of their homes with batons and lathis in their hands to deal with the enemy and added that no enemy could defeat a nation whose women and children were imbued with such a spirit of jihad and love for martyrdom, he added.
Sirajul Haq deplored that while the enemy was preparing for war, the rulers in Islamabad were busy in amassing wealth. A system based on injustice and exploitation was going on in the country, the masses were deprived of basics of life but the ruling elite class was enjoying the luxuries of life.
He said that education and health were not among the priorities of the government and the rulers had not built a single big hospital in the country during their rule, where they could get proper treatment.
Sirajul Haq told the gathering that the JI would ensure implementation of the constitutional provisions related to the women rights besides ensuring the rights of the minorities women.—NP