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Political crisis still could be averted: Siraj ul Haq

siraul haq 19 augLahore: Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Sirajul Haq, on Tuesday presented a four point formula to pull the country out of the prevailing critical condition.

Announcing the formula at an emergency news conference in Islamabad, he warned that if the constitution was subverted, it would be highly unfortunate for the country and it would be difficult to preserve the unity and solidarity of the country.  Senior JI leaders were also present of the occasion.

The points are:

The judicial commission announced by the Prime Minister to prone into rigging should submit its report within one month.

The committee for electoral reforms should present its recommendations within forty days.

Those found responsible for rigging be punished in accordance with the law.

The armed forces should remain impartial in the present situation. Sirajul Haq said it was the incompetence of the politicians to look up to Rawalpindi instead of settling the issues by themselves.

He said that the representatives if all parties should sit together in order to find a solution through dialogue.

Sirajul Haq said , “ We do not want bloodshed in the Red Zone  or a clash between the government and the participants of the sit ins”.  He appealed to both sides to shed their egos and resolve the issues through talks.

He said if some unconstitutional step was adopted for the change of the government, it would set a wrong tradition as would be disastrous for the country’s politics.

The JI Ameer said that the government should to adopt the policy of  love and not of coercion and torture. He said the federal capital was under siege and politics had reached a blind alley.

He said the JI had decided to be a part of the opposition committee instead of the government committee, and the JI Secretary General  Liaqat Baloch had been nominated therein.

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