LONDON Asif Salahuddin from Hizb ut-Tahrirs Pakistan Committee has appealed every faithful of the Pakistan Army to support Hizb working for Khilafat that, he says, is the only way to safeguard the country. Talking to Nawa-i-Waqt and TheNation, he said Pakistani rulers had sold out the country. The government was responsible for banning their organisation, he said, adding the government had to give some justification against drone attacks . He asked what national interest was taken into account while issuing visas to 60 CIA agents. It was a matter of shame that Hizb was banned in Pakistan and other South Asian countries while it was working freely in US, Australia, Denmark, Belgium, France and other non-Muslim states. When asked, he said if they became successful in establishing the system of Khilafat in Pakistan and other Muslim countries, Hizb leader Al-Sheikh Abu Rashida from Jordan will be the Khilafah.