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December 12, 2015

Big powers behaving like terrorists: Hashwani


December 12, 2015

Says they are indulging in conspiracy against Muslims; decides to end year-year exile

 Asim Yasin

ISLAMABAD: Hashoo Group Chairman and renowned businessmen Sadruddin Hashwani ended his 5-year exile and decided to shift to Pakistan with his family by January 15.

Sadruddin Hashwani, who was affectionately called as ‘Sadru Bhai’ by his close friends, went into exile due to vindictive policies of the rulers of the previous government.In recent days, he appointed his son Murtaza Hashwani as deputy chairman of Hashoo Group, who was taking care of the administrative affairs of Hashoo Group.

Talking to Jang/The News, Sadruddin Hashwani said he remained outside Pakistan for five years and now he was shifting to Pakistan from Dubai with his family by January 15. “I have been missing my homeland for last five years as love for Pakistan runs into my blood as his seven generations belongs to this land and future of coming generation is also with Pakistan,” he said.

He said the conspiracies were being hatched for third world war in the name of religion with an aim to divide the Muslims to take over their resources.He said some big powers were behaving like terrorists and they were indulged in hatching conspiracy against Muslims. “There is a need to do away with servitude mindset as Almighty Allah has bestowed Muslims particularly Pakistanis with the natural resources and other resources like of Reko Diq reserves of over Rs20 trillion,” he added.

He said the reserves of Reko Diq were sufficient to cater to Pakistan for approximately 100 years. “There are many more resources like Reko Diq in Pakistan,” he added.

He said past rulers wanted to rob the resources of Reko Diq through formation of off-shore companies but the deal was abolished due to timely intervention of Supreme Court of Pakistan.

Chairman Hashoo Group Sadruddin Hashwani said Pakistan did not need politics but the strong economy. “It is my dream that Almighty Allah may bring a day when the foreigners keen to get Pakistan visa and I hope that my prayers will be accepted and this day will come in next four to five years,” he added.

He said, “Pakistan is my homeland which is dearer to me than my life. God has given this country to us and God will also take care of it and it was my faith that anyone who conspired against Pakistan always failed,” he added.

He said those who talked about the disappointments should feel the blessings of freedom as freedom is priceless.

He said there was a need to make investment in education and technology sector to make Pakistan progressive and prosperous. “If the attention has not been given to education, we will not become a strong nation,” he added.

He said Hashoo Foundation was focusing on under-privileged areas of the country to provide better facilities of education, health sector and provision of safe drinking water as well as other basic facilities in Thar, where 35,000 people benefited.



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