LAHORE - Jamaat-i-Islami chief Sirajul Haq has criticised government and opposition for not developing consensus on appointment of care taker prime minister.

In a statement, he said when the politicians failed to agree on any important issue, the matters were decided at some other forum. He said that a care taker PM should impartial, trustworthy and capable of holding fair, free and impartial and transparent elections. He also called for across the board accountability as incomplete accountability served no purpose. Siraj, also the Muslim world to stand by Turkish President Recep Tayyib Erdogan for the liberation of Palestine. He warned that if the Muslims states failed to adopt a united line of action to resolve the problems facing the Muslim, they would prove soft fodder for the enemy. He said that the Saudi Arabia-Iran tension was a matter of deep concern for the Ummah at present. He said if the relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran had been cordial, neither the US would have had the courage to shift its embassy to Jerusalem, nor Israel would have dared to commit the massacre of the Palestinians. He said it was imperative that Saudi Arabia and Iran removed their mutual misunderstandings.

The JI chief said that Turkish President had given a befitting reply to the US and Israel and all other Muslim rulers should copy that.

Meanwhile JI Secretary General Liaqat Baloch condemned  unprovoked Indian firing at the Sialkot working boundary resulting in six deaths.

Baloch who is also secretary general of Muthida Majlise Amal said that Indian Prime Minister Modi was the mastermind of terrorism and bloodletting. He said that India, with US and Israel support, had become a serious threat to world peace. He stressed upon the UN to check the Indian brutalities in Held Kashmir and take necessary steps for the solution of the Kashmir issue.