Come back to basics of Islamic life: JI

March 31, 2015 Off By Web Desk

Dir Lower: Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has impressed upon the masses to return to the system of life given by Allah and His Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) in order to end the present system based on tyranny and exploitation.

He was inaugurating different development projects in his constituency Dir Lower on Wednesday.

Addressing a gathering at the government Girls Degree College Paloosa, Sirajul Haq said that the educational institutions of the district had been the camps of the military for months due to which the studies of thousands of students were affected. He said there was no education policy in the country while two separate educational systems existed for the elite and the general public. Under this system, the wards of the elite were taught the art of ruling the masses while the poor and the oppressed were taught that their sole task was to pay taxes. This had badly affected national unity and harmony, he added.

Sirajul Haq said the JI was sincerely striving for an end to the present class based and tyrannical and exploitative system in the country. And the JI on coming to power, would introduce a uniform educational system all over the country in which the children of a worker would enjoy the same facilities as were available to the children of the rulers.

The JI chief while addressing a function at Samar Bagh, stadium, urged the government to promote foot ball, hockey and regional sports and games besides cricket. He said that corruption had gone deep into all institutions and merit was the first casualty.

Stressing the importance of the women’s rights, Sirajul Haq demanded that all those contesting elections must be asked to submit a certificate for having given the rights of their sisters, daughters, etc.

He also impressed upon the JI workers and members to speed up their efforts for a victory in the by elections scheduled on May 7.

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