Crisis to stay till making Pakistan a welfare state

KARACHI: Amir of Tanzeem e Islami Hafiz Aaqif Saeed has said that without making Pakistan an Islamic welfare state we cannot resolve the prevailing issues.

In a statement issued here on Tuesday, he said if Pakistan had to be established as a secular state then the division of subcontinent was not necessary. There is need to implement the ideology of Pakistan.

Hafiz Saeed with reference the operation in Karachi said that Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) formally known as Muhajir Quami Movement rose as a national Party to resolve their community problems and to get rights but unfortunately, it became involved in crime itself.

He said no a person or a party could be allowed to indulge in the killings and extortion. Speaking about death-convict Saulat Mirza, he said majority of population already knew about the crimes that he confessed now. He urged to continue the Karachi Operation so as the city could be purged of all culprits and crimes.

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