PTI govt failed to transform country into Madina state: Sirajul Haq

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Staff Reporter
Islamabad

Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Emir Sirajul Haq has said that prime minister has first made tall claims and then taken U-turn on every promise.

The PTI government failed to transform country into Madina state, he said while addressing a seminar organized under the aegis of JI women wing here on Saturday.

Sirajul Haq later addressed the party workers and directed them to spread the message of the party with full commitment and dedication.

He said the JI would hold protest demonstration of unemployed youth in the federal capital on October 31.

“I appeal to the people of Pakistan to reject the status quo and be part of the JI to put the country on track.”

Sirajul Haq said the prime minister claimed to provide 10 million jobs rather he rendered millions jobless.

The PTI, he said, brought the economy on the verge of collapse due to flawed policies. The government, said the JI chief, only facilitated mafias in three years and they made billions of rupees by creating sugar, flour, medicines and other fake crises.

The mafias, he said, was working as team members of the prime minister, who failed to take action against them despite tall claims. He ruled out any possibility of fair investigations into the persons named in Pandora Papers.

Sirajul Haq said the prime minister investigation cell was instead created to facilitate those who stashed their money in shell companies.

He said those who were named in Panama and Pandora leaks were members of the three mainstream political parties.

He said the JI would fight the case of people at every forum, from streets to parliament and courts.

He said the PTI proved the agent of the status quo forces and it disappointed the people badly.

Now, he added, the nation left with no option but to vote for the JI to bring real change. He said the JI women should work hard to transform Pakistan into a welfare state.

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