HAFIZABAD - Senior Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Jamaat-e-Islami Central Naib Ameer Sirajul Haq has said that the PML-N-led federal government has been applying delaying tactics to the process for holding talks with Taliban due to which the people of KPK province are being faced with multifarious problems.

Addressing a public meeting here at Vanike Tarar and Punj Grain villages near Hafizabad on Sunday, he said that the federal government had completely failed to deliver any good for the nation and fell short to come up to the public expectations.

He urged upon the federal government to announce timeframe for dialogue with Taliban to eliminate terrorism and maintain peace in the country. Sirajul Haq pointed out that the KPK provincial government desired to start negotiation immediately for protecting people's lives. He blamed that enemies were dropping bombs on innocent people while rulers were looking toward London and Washington instead of Makkah and Madina. The JI stalwart called upon the nation to keep deference between Makkah, Madina and American agents. Faces and parties are being changed in the country for the past 65 years but the system could not be changed, he said and added that imposition of "Khlafat-e-Rashda" system was the only key to resolve all problems confronting by the nation. Sirajul Haq argued that the KPK province was adjacent to tribal areas and peace in the country could only be prevailed by bring peace in tribal areas.

He said that the provincial government of KPK had already approved the establishment of Anti-Terrorism Force to eradicate terrorism and protecting lives of the masses. He alleged that five percent capitalists were the major hurdle in the progress of the country who had occupied all national resources. He pledged that the Jamaat-e-Islami would get the nation rid of the five percent capitalists, IMF, World Bank and American agents. Sirajul Haq regretted that its seemed the federal government was presenting budget on daily basis instead of providing relief to the people in the country.