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September 11, 2017
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Accountability March: Sirajul Haq announces revolt against ‘corrupt system'

Accountability March: Sirajul Haq announces revolt against ‘corrupt system'

RAWALPINDI: Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Sirajul Haq on Monday announced a revolt against what he called the ‘corrupt system’, saying he is a son of a labour and does not bow down before corrupt elements.

Leading the “Accountability March” being held from Lahore to Islamabad here, he said that the corrupt and drug mafias had taken Pakistan hostage, adding the prime objective of politicians was to increase their assets.

He said that all the departments formed to root out corruption in the country have failed.

Siraj said the accountability process had not completed with the accountability of Nawaz Sharif only, adding all 436 corrupts mentioned in the Panama Papers should be taken to the task.

The JI chief recalled the Quaid-e-Azam’s statement in which he said that he had some counterfeit coins in his pocket.

He said that the nation had given mandate to the apex court to take all corrupts, including bureaucrats, generals, politicians and judges to the task.

“Allah not the court has caught Nawaz Sharif. He has role in the hanging of Mumtaz Qadri and later preventing people to attend his funerals,” Siraj said while addressing the party workers in Gujrat.

He said that Asif Ali Zardari had been given a clean chit despite having 35 offshore companies.

Speaking about the atrocities being committed against Rohingya Muslims, the JI chief demanded to expel Myanmar ambassador from Pakistan.

He also urged the international community to slap economic sanctions on Myanmar.

 

 

 

 

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