JI for unity to end political uncertainty

HAFIZABAD –  The Jamaat-i-Islami Pakistan Deputy Secretary Fareed Paracha Sunday called on all political parties to get united to remove political uncertainty prevailed in the country.

Talking to the media here, he said that uncertainty has taken place due to rumours regarding the postponement of general elections. He called on the politicians to eliminate political fog to remove uncertainty by devising strategy to prevent any chance of derailment of democratic order in the country. He demanded across the board accountability to create corruption-free society in the country for ensuring stable and progressive Pakistan.

He said that Jamaat-i-Islami has won local bodies election in 17 tehsils in KPK province.

He visited the residence of late Muhammad Yousaf Tehami, member central Majalis-e-Shura JI to offer his condolence with his sons – Khalid Mehmood Tehami and a senior journalist Abid Mehmood Tehami. He paid rich tributes to the departed soul for his meritorious services and prayed to Almighty Allah to rest the departed soul in eternal peace.


Speakers at a seminar held in connection with Anti-Corruption Day under the auspices of Transparency International Hafizabad chapter, stressed the need for public cooperation to fight against theft, extortion, corruption, favouritism and nepotism to make the country stable and progressive.

Prominent speakers included Social Welfare Officer Syeda Maida Ishtiaq, District Coordinator Sanghat Development Foundation Dr Nazar Hussain and President Mehak Welfare Society Tariq Rasheed said that without the cooperation of community, corruption could not be eliminated. Later, they took out a rally to create awareness about the corruption.

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