Lahore: Secretary General, Jamaat e Islami, Liaqat Baloch has said that the civil and military establishment had not learnt a lesson from the fall of Dhaka.
Addressing the concluding session of the JI central workshop for workers at Mansoora , he said that the threatening situation the country was facing at present was the creation of the present rulers and the civil establishment.He said the enemy wanted to weaken this country to such an extent that it stoppage patronizing the Kashmiris and also rolled back its nuclear project.He said that Karachi was the mini Pakistan and the economic hub of the country, but target killings and extortion had become the fate of the people there.
The MQM, he said, considered itself the representative of the Karachi. In fact, he said, the MQM had been securing favourable results through bogus votes and the constituencies of its choice besides vandalism at the polling stations. He said, all the parties of Karachi would have to join hands to free the people of Karachi from the clutches of the terrorists.
Liaqat Baloch slated Bangladesh government designs to punish leaders of the Jamaat e Islami in including Prof. Ghulam Azam, Mutiur Rahman, Qamruzzaman and Mullah Abdul Qadir and urged the world at large to prevail upon Dhaka to refrain from that.
The JI leader said that the Soviet Union had met its doom due to its wrong policy in Afghanistan and the same fate was awaiting the US in the country.