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Govt and PTI should begin talks for the survival of the democracy: Siraj ul Haq

 Siraj ul HaqLahore: Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Sirajul Haq, has impressed  upon the government to immediately announce its negotiation team and stressed that the two sides should begin talks without delay.

Giving his suggestions to resolve the persisting political crisis in the country at a press conference at Mansoora Friday afternoon, the JI chief said that a committee comprising the Leader of the Opposition, representatives of the parliamentary parties should oversee the negotiations and also facilitate these. Lastly, he said, if the differences between the parties were not resolved, the issue should be put before the masses.

He also urged the government to ensure that Gujranwala like incident did not occur again. He said that long march and sit-in were accepted methods for resolving political issues and the present long march would give a new strength to the country’s political system and shed the clouds of despair and uncertainty.

Earlier, while addressing the general council of the Shabab e Milli, the youth wing of the JI, Siraj ul Haq said that the youth comprised the highest portion of the country’s population but it was being wasted because of the incompetence and wrong priorities of the rulers.

While addressing the Friday congregation at Mansoora mosque, the JI chief  said that the Islamic system was the destiny of the country. He pointed out that the Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, in his many addresses, had stated that the Holy Quran would be the constitution of Pakistan. However, the slaves of the British had been ruling the country for the last 68 years and they did not want the Islamic system to govern the corridors of power, the police stations, courts and he markets. They liked an Islamic system that was confined to the monasteries.

He said the ruling junta was not ready to shed selfish outlook. Corruption had gone into the roots of the rulers and justice was being denied to the common man. The entire system was corrupt and the poor He said the JI wanted a system free from exploitation and tyranny.

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