LAHORE - Secretary General Jamaat-e-Islami Liaquat Baloch has said that the masses have come on roads to protest against electricity crisis, prolonged loadshedding and unemployment and the rulers should beware of a Kyrgyzstan like situation. Talking to different delegations at Mansoora on Monday, he said the federal and the provincial governments had failed to solve the problems of the people due to which the rulers had become insecure in their palaces and bulletproof limousines. Baloch said the JI would soon launch a drive against price-hike, power crisis and unemployment to express the sentiments of the masses. He said there was a conspiracy to undo the ideological character of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan through terrorist activities. Some foreign powers besides the secular elements within the country wanted to drop the constitutional provisions related to the Quran and the Sunnah being the source of legislation, besides the Qadyanis issue. These forces had failed in their designs under the 18th amendment. He said the FATA people had been ignored under the 18th amendment. JI flays riots Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Syed Munawar Hassan has condemned straight firing by police on protestors in Abbo-tabad, resulting in several deaths. In a statement issued here Monday, he said that the renaming of the NWFP should be with consensus and the issue should be resolved through mutual understanding and dialogue. Such issues could not be settled through the gun nor enforced by brute force, he added. The JI chief said the masses had witnessed scenes of police torture on TV channels. 'Rulers fighting US war Hizbut Tahrir leader Naveed Butt has said the rulers were fighting the US war that was posing serious threats to solidarity of the country. Addressing a press conference here on Monday, he said the military was killing own people just to please the US. Terming the prevailing electricity crises as fake, Naveed Butt said the rulers had resorted to this tactics to put the masses on back foot so that no one could raise voice against the so called war on terror. PTI women wing dissolved Tehreek-e-Insaf Women Wing Punjab President Saloni Bokhari has dissolved the women wings of Lahore District and the city. Mrs Shawana Bashir Senior Vice President and member executive body has been appointed as the acting president until further notice.