JI Chief Siraj ul Haq Criticizes PML-N and PPP, Advocates for Islamic Governance

Addressing a gathering in Gujranwala, the leader of the Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Siraj ul Haq, reiterated the call that Pakistan should not return to the rule of Nawaz Sharif. He expressed skepticism about the ability of certain political figures to bring progress to Pakistan, stating that even if they were in power for another hundred years, the country would not be able to achieve prosperity.

Speaking at the rally, Siraj ul Haq blamed both the PML-N and PPP for causing destruction to the nation. He emphasized the need for the people to decide whether Pakistan should continue down its current path.

Siraj ul Haq articulated the JI’s vision, advocating for the removal of the British system from the country and the establishment of an Islamic system based on the principles of the Quran. He assured that under their leadership, every youth would find employment, the national economy would prosper, and they would work relentlessly to ensure the freedom of Kashmir in all circumstances.

The JI chief asserted that once in power, his party would bring back Dr. Aafia Siddiqui and expressed solidarity with the people of Palestine, stating that the Palestinians are awaiting the support of Pakistan.

Siraj ul Haq’s address reflected the Jamaat-e-Islami’s commitment to an Islamic governance model, prioritizing economic development, youth employment, and the liberation of Kashmir. The leader’s criticism of the PML-N and PPP aligns with the party’s stance against what they perceive as damaging policies by these political entities. The JI’s emphasis on an Islamic system reflects its ideological stance, seeking a governance structure rooted in Islamic principles. The mention of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui and solidarity with Palestine resonates with broader sentiments of justice and support for oppressed communities within the global Islamic context.