KARAK  - Former provincial chief of Jamaat-e-Islami Prof. Muhammad Ibrahim has claimed that Indian Prime Minister Modi’s upcoming visit to Pakistan was a business trip and Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Modi friendship based on business.

He was addressing the Seerat-un-Nabi Conference here on Sunday at Mithakhel.

He claimed that Modi used ugly language against Pakistan in Afghanistan which shows that his visit to Pakistan was not based on goodwill gesture.

He criticized the unity of 34 Islamic countries armies claiming that the alliance formed on the behest of US against IS.

He categorically stated that they could not support this alliance until and unless they do not announce that attack on any Islamic country would be considered attack on entire Muslim Ummah.

He demanded probe into the attack on Army Public School Peshawar.

He added that those who raised the slogan ‘first Pakistan’ saved neither Pakistan nor Afghanistan and claimed that Pakistan was largely affected from the war on terror.

The JI leader claimed that they have joined the provincial government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf on the request of Imran Khan.

Meanwhile, ANP parliamentary leader in provincial assembly Sardar Hussain Babak demanded of the government to implement the National Action Plan (NAP) as all political parties had agreed on that.

He was addressing a ceremony held at Government Higher Secondary School Karak on the eve of the retirement of the Malgari Ustazan leader Qudrat Ali here.

The ANP leader said that the alleged ignorance of Pakhtun belt in the Pakistan- China Economic Corridor was not acceptable to them.

Babak strongly condemned the PTI-led provincial government and claimed that due to inefficiency of the government it could not utilize the developmental budget.

He said that ANP’s every worker was ready for accountability and they should not be frightened by the Ehtesab Commission.