ATTOCK-Deputy Chairman Senate and general secretary of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) Maulana Abdul Ghafoor haideri on Tuesday claimed that proposal is under consideration to ensure that religious parties contest the upcoming general elections from a single platform.
The deputy chairman Senate was talking to newsmen after addressing a religious gathering in Madrasah Sirajul Aloom here in Jand on Tuesday.
JUI-F Attock District Ameer Sher Zaman, General Secretary Aslam Ghuri and other leaders of the party's local chapter were also present on the occasion.
Mr haideri claimed that the religio-political alliance of MMA would play a decisive role in the upcoming general elections and give the opponents a tough time, especially in KP, Balochistan and Karachi.
"JUI-F which is currently the largest religious political party in Parliament, is an ally of the incumbent PML-N government," Maulana haideri informed, adding that the parliament must complete its constitutional tenure and elections should be held on stipulated time.
He said that the institutions responsible for eradication of corruption should carry out accountability of every individual without discrimination.
"Corruption is a serious malaise which has plagued all sections of government and society and has rendered them weak from within," he pointed out. The JUI-F leader asserted that religious parties and scholars have guard religious ideology of the country against secular forces. He said India and some other countries want to destabilize Pakistan but they would not be allowed to succeed in their nefarious designs.
LEADER THINKS COMING GENERATION
PTI Chairman Imran Khan has said that a politician thinks about the coming elections while a leader thinks about coming generations.
Talking to former PTI (North Punjab) Senior Vice President Malik Taimoor Aslam, Imran Khan said that all PTI leaders are bound to follow party policies and discipline and no one has authority to make announcement or force personal decisions.
He said that in the upcoming elections PTI would emerge as a dominant political party.
The PTI chairman while talking about "Billion Tree Tsunami Project" said that this was a great success and this could be made possible because of the efforts of PTI Central Leader and former Minister Malik Amin Aslam. Mr Khan lauded the services of Taimoor Aslam for the party and also discussed the political scenario specially in regard with Attock district.