LAHORE - The Jamaat-e-Islami Chief Syed Muanwar Hasan has said that a clash of institutions is imminent unless the rulers implement the Supreme Court judgment on NRO. Addressing the central committee of the Islamic Lawyers Movement at Mansoora on Sunday, he said that 180 million people of the country stood at the back of the apex court and the JI would soon hold a grand rally in Islamabad to express its solidarity with the SC. He was sure that the other parties would also join in this great cause. Syed Munawar Hasan said the country presented a terrible scenario with fake degree holders like Jamshed Dasti appearing as hero. Unfortunately, he said, a majority of the members in the Senate and Assemblies were chips of the same block. He said a change in such societies was not possible through elections but through a revolution. Therefore, Pakistan seemed to be on the threshold of a revolution. He said that only peaceful movements delivered positive results and movements having element of violence did not prove fruitful. He said the role being played by the lawyer community and the media gave a ray of hope. Replying to a question, the JI chief said that the state should avoid use of force against its own people. He said the Taliban might be bad guys but the armed forces went ahead of the Taliban in cruelties. He said the people attending Tribal Jirgas organised by the JI had narrated harrowing tales of armys brutalities. He said this was not a proxy war as the army was killing its own people. He said such a war could not be won by force and talks were inevitable for resolving the issues.