JI urges political parties to expel black sheep

July 5, 2015 Off By Web Desk

Karachi: For bringing a positive change in politics of Pakistan the political parties should expel corrupt and criminal elements from their ranks and files and work for the benefit of poor masses instead of amassing personal wealth a few political tycoons, said Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Pakistan Naib Amir Rashid Naseem.

Addressing an Iftar gathering in Federal B Area, he said the political parties need to purged from thieves and dacoits who have looted the national resources with both hands. He said it is high time that the element of corruption and kickbacks be ousted from the political scenario of Pakistan for good. He said for the progress and prosperity of the nation we need a politics based on ethics and principles.

He demanded action against those elements that are involved in crime, money laundering, extortion, and forced collection of Zakat and Fitra. He said that the looted national wealth that has been transferred out of the country should be reclaimed for the benefit of poor masses of Pakistan.

He said Jamaat-e-Islami would never disappoint its voters and give them clean and honest leaders like Abdul Sattar Afghani, Prof Ghafoor Ahmed, Niamatullah Khan Advocate and Sirajul Haq. He said only a committed and honest leadership can change the destiny of Pakistan and for making this dream come true the whole nation has to raise a strong voice against political corruption and looting of national wealth.