In a statement here on Wednesday, he said that the Zardari doctrine had ruined the party, democracy and the public confidence.He said, the government had a very short time to act, and it must announce the elections schedule without any delay instead of attempting to demolish the constitution, the judiciary and democratic process.
He said, the Supreme Court judgment against the accused in the Rental Power case was strictly in accord the constitution and the law. The judiciary, he said, had to act within the constitutional framework and there was no question of timing or mistiming of the decision.
Liaqat Baloch said that Dr Tahirul Qadri’s sit- in in the Islamabad had been apparently successful but its timing gave rise to doubts in the public mind. He said, the masses had suffered during the last five years because of wrong government policies, and they wanted to take revenge from the rulers for their corruption, energy crisis, crushing price hike, unemployment, etc.
The country, he said, was facing a deep crisis internally while India was preparing for an attack. The US, India and Israel trio had become more active. The JI, he said, had the clear stance that the Prime Minster and the four Chief Ministers should immediately give the advice for the dissolution of the assemblies and the election process should be completed within the constitutional limit of ninety days.
He urged the armed forces and the civil establishment not to follow the line adopted by Gen. Ayub, Gen. Ziaul Haq and Pervez Musharraf, and the country should not be derailed from democracy.
Meanwhile, Dr Tahirul Qadri’s deputy, Agha Murtaza Poya, rang up the JI Secretary general to seek JI support for the on going long march.
`He however told Murtaza Poya that the JI had been struggling against the corrupt rulers for the last five years. However, now it was the time for the elections and the would foil every conspiracy against the independence and the sovereignty of the country.