JI would not block PTI government if changes in curriculum not withdrawn, Professor Ibrahim

September 3, 2014 Off By Web Desk

Peshawar: Jamat-e-Islami provincial Amir Professor Mohammad Ibrahim Khan has warned the provincial government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to expunge un-Islamic stuff from the curriculum otherwise Jamat-e-Islami would not allow PTI to run the government.

Addressing workers convention in Bannu on Thursday JI provincial amir said that PTI has changed the curriculum without consultation therefore PTI should forthwith exclude un-Islamic matter from the curriculum otherwise JI would strongly protest against the PTI provincial government.

JI Amir while talking about the situation in Islamabad said that JI would not allow any force to derail the democracy and would foil conspiracies against the democratic system.

JI provincial amir said that protest is the democratic right of every one but this protest should not damage the democratic system adding that democratic institutions should complete its tenure.

Professor Ibrahim said if both parties agreed to go back one step the issue would be resolved soon saying that on many constituencies in KP and Fata election was rigged and JI candidates were defeated through rigging but still JI accepted the results for the sake of democracy.

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