‘Reign of two families imposed on Pakistan,’ says Sirajul Haq

Pakistan Feb, 22 2024
‘Reign of two families imposed on Pakistan,’ says Sirajul Haq
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Lahore: JI leader Sirajul Haq said that government that was formed in “Middle of night” was not something new in country.

“Reign of two families was established, that are imposed on country for past three decades,” he said, claiming that this “Company” was responsible for inflation, unemployment and all other challenges Pakistan was facing today.

“Their past, tales of their corruption are in front of nation,” he said. “Therefore, I am thankful to nation for trusting JI more than they did in past.”

Jamaat-i-Islami leader Sirajul Haq has demanded immediate resignation of Chief Election Commissioner Sikandar Sultan Raja and formation of an independent commission to probe irregularities in February 8 elections.

“Nation wants CEC to come before public, apologise and provide an answer to where was money for elections were spent,” he said. Talking about commission, Siraj said it should include members of all political parties.

Published in The Daily National Courier, February, 22 2024

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