JI working for rights of downtrodden people: Siraj

October 17, 2014 Off By Web Desk

Kandhkot, Sindh: Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Siraj-ul-Haq said on Saturday that his party is working for the rights of downtrodden people and end the exploitation of Waderas and feudal lords from Pakistan. He was addressing a big rally at High School Ground here Saturday. He said during the recent political efforts, the JI neither supported the government nor sit-in politicians, but represented the aspiration of people of Pakistan.

He said his mission is to end poverty and deprivation from Pakistan. He said he himself belongs to working class and destiny of poor people and his party is same.

He expressed concerns on Jirga system in Sindh, and said after the annual convention of JI in Lahore on 21st November 2014, they would arrange av political gathering for elimination of tribal disputes in Sindh, which had destroy peace and claimed hundreds of lives in this province. He said people themselves have to take a firm stand for getting rid of from this oppression and unjust.

JI Sindh chapter amir Dr Miraj-ul-Huda Siddiqui, Asadullah Bhutto, Hafiz Nasurullah Channa were also present. Leaders of Hindu community also participated in the moot where Siraj-ul-Haq was given traditional gifts of Sindh province, Ajrak and Topi.

Earlier, Haq was accorded a warm welcome on arrival in district Kashmore at the border of Sindh and Punjab provinces.

Siraj-ul-Haq said despite of being elected four times, the traditional politicians could not fulfill their promises. He said after coming in power, the JI resolve all problems of the people including Roti, kapra and makan, and make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state. He said for this people would have to support the movement of JI. He said they would start a movement of ‘Takmeel-e-Pakistan’ on 21st November 2014.

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