OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE The Jamaat-e-Islamis Central Shoora, which met here on Saturday, categorically said it wont support any undemocratic and unconstitutional measure to tide over present critical situation in the country. It wont be acceptable to the nation. Rather, any unconstitutional step will add to the problems of the masses, the Shoora, which met under the chairmanship of its Amir, Syed Munawar Hassan, declared. The meeting believed that adhering to the Constitution was best solution to any situation or problem, therefore, only legal and democratic way-out should be adopted. It, however, called upon the government to immediately announce the proposed special committee for the implementation of the APC Declaration and the Parliaments unanimous resolutions, failing which the nation would lose confidence in these institutions. The Shoora termed the Zardari-Gilani government the biggest failure in the history of the country, which has pushed Pakistan towards political chaos, economic destruction, moral and cultural confusion besides giving a grim picture of growing foreign interference in internal affairs. It condemned the killing of Hazara tribe people and deplored that the killers were still at large. The JI Shoora noted that the independence and sovereignty of the country was in danger while the despair and despondency in the masses was growing. The masses were deprived of basic necessities. The loadshedding has become a curse, corruption, nepotism and misappropriation is the order of the day, major national institutions of Steel Mills, PIA, Wapda and Pakistan Railways have become burden on the public exchequer and loan has crossed all limits, the Shoora meeting said. The Shoora said that the nation had high expectations from the Supreme Court which had taken suo moto notice of the Karachi situation but placed the responsibility of the solutions over the rulers who had already been declared a failure by the court itself. It slated the government decision to accord India the status of Most Favourite Nation for trade and said it was tantamount to stabbing the Kashmiris in the back. Meanwhile, JI Secretary General Liaqat Baloch has condemned the Police torture on the rally of Lady Health Visitors in the Punjab capital leading to the death of a participant. In a statement here on Saturday, he said that the non-payment of salaries to the LHVs for the last four months had exposed the good governance and efficiency of the Punjab government. The absence of a Health Minister in the province was affecting the quality of health services and the infrastructure, he added. He said the LHVs in other districts were also protesting on the same account which should be a matter of concern for the Chief Minister.