Siraj points finger at rulers

LAHORE – Jamaat-e-Islami chief Senator Sirajul Haq has said that rulers themselves are the biggest hurdle in the establishment of Pakistan according to the Quaid e Azam’s  vision.

Talking to different delegations at Mansoora on the Quaid birth anniversary, he said that those denying the people’s rights were usurpers and could not be called public representatives.

Sirajul Haq said that the Quaid e Azam wanted Pakistan to be an Islamic, welfare state and a model for the modern world. He said that the Muslims of the sub continent had joined  the Pakistan Movement rising above the consideration of region, colour , cast and sect. However, he said, that after Pakistan came into being due to the sacrifices of lakhs of lives, the cronies of the British holding big Jagirs came to power and turned the country into a big jail for the masses.

He said that the last seventy years of the country’s history were a tale of deprivations of the masses and the tyranny and exploitation of the rulers. He said the present system in the country was a mockery of democracy as the rulers had been taking major decisions over and above the parliament. 

 

 

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