Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Sirajul Haq has declared the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) status quo forces, playing politics in the name of electoral reforms.
Talking to JI Youth during a ceremony held in Mansoora on Thursday in connection of International Youth Day, he said that the fact was that the existing system suited the status quo forces as it was better serving their interests.
Sirajul Haq appealed to the youth to launch a peaceful democratic struggle against the corrupt system and brought more and more educated young people into the folds of the JI.
“We are organizing the youth at union council levels and set a target to bring 100,000 youth at Minar-e-Pakistan to launch a struggle to transform Pakistan into real welfare Islamic democratic state.”
The JI chief said the dynastic politics was the main hurdle to put the country on track as few faces belonging to same families and class had captured the resources for decades.
The ruling class, he added, only multiplied the miseries of the public and the PTI proved itself same despite claiming the agent of “change.” They were the country’s youth who could bring the real change, he added.
Siraj, later, held a meeting with a delegation of Christian missionaries from Virginia State of the USA.
He presented the JI point of view before them on the topics of child marriage, forced conversion and women and minorities rights.
He said the propaganda was being spread against the Islamic forces regarding the rights of women and minorities.—INP