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Siraj ul Haq lead absentia funeral prayer for late Dr Muhammad Mursi

Lahore : The Ghaibana Namaz e Janaza of former Egyptian President Dr Muhammad Mursi was offered all over the country on the appeal of Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq.

The JI chief led the prayer at Jinnah Park, Peshawar while JI Secretary General Amirul Azeem led the prayer at Rawalpindi. Hafiz Naeem ur Rahman led the prayer at Karachi.

 Thousands  of people attended the funeral prayer held at Mansoora,  which was led Maulana Abdul Ma’lik.  Senior JI leader Hafiz Muhammad drees, and JI deputy chiefs Liaqat Baloch and Abdul g Ghafar Aziz, addressed the participants.  Amer, JIP, Sirajul Haq  in his address at Peshawar, said that Dr Mursi had embraced martyrdom but refused to bow before dictatorship or give up his demand for the liberation of Masjid e Aqsa.  

Commenting on the political situation in the country, Siraj ul Haq warned that if the Prime Minister Imran Khan did not allow the houses of parliament to function,  the government may meet a disaster.   He said that bullying the opposition and denying her the right to speak on the budget was intolerable.

Sirajul Haq said the opposition too had the right to represent the masses in the parliament. He said it was for the first time in the country’s history that the government was not allowing the house to continue its business.

Sirajul Haq said that all over the world, the funeral of Dr Mursi was being held in absentia. The deceased was the first elected President of Egypt but the Satanic minded Egyptian army revolted against him. Thousands of the Akwans were murdered and now Dr Mursi had also been martyred. He said the Muslim world had lost a great leader.

He said that Dr Mursi was kept in solitary confinement for six long years ad during this time, his family members and doctors were allowed to meet him only for four times. Dr. Mursi’s widow was not allowed to have a last glance on him. The Egyptian people were stopped from offering his funeral and only  two of his sons and a lawyer were allowed to offer his funeral.

Sirajul Haq called upon the government to withdraw the budget which was  actually a tsunami of  taxes. He said it had again been proved that the financial team planted by the IMF had once against failed.

He said it was the joint responsibility of the government and the opposition to pull the country of the economic crisis and stabilize the economy.  He said if the ship sank, both the government and the opposition would sink.

Liaqat Baloch, in his address at Mansoora, said that living Morsi was a threat for the Egyptian dictator Gen. Sisi but after his martyrdom, Mursi had become a symbol of  fear for Sisi ,he added.

JI Secretary General Amirul Azeem, in his address at Rawalpindi, said that the Satanic powers of the world had no idea that Dr Mursi would reach the corridors of power by gaining so much votes as they had made all arrangements that the Islam lovers did not get votes and Islam could not come forth as a system of life.

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