JI demands action on JIT report agaisnt the culprits of Factory fire

Peshawar: Amir Jamat-e-Isami Sirajul Haq demanded of the government to provide justice to those died in Karachi Baldia Town Factory incident and award sever punishment to those involved in the incident.

Talking in “Guest Hour” Program of Peshawar Press Club on Tuesday Siraj said if government failed to take action against the responsible of the incident in which 259 people weree burnt down then people would understand that law is only for the weak and powerful would not be harmed though they would killed hundreds of people.

” this is taste case for the government and implementation of 21st amendment to provide justice to those bereaved families therefore due to hue and cry of ethnic group this file should not closed just for political compromises,” Siraj said JI would not allowed government would not take action against the responsible people.

The time has come that terrorism should be eradicated either it is done by people attached on seminaries, colleges and school or they beard or clean shaved, he siad adding linking terrorism with religion is not correct, Siraj observed.

About Kashgar -Ghwader Economic Corridor, Amir Jamat said this is sensitive issue therefore central government should take Khyber Pukhtunkha Government and national leadership in to confidence about the project. ” this is national project therefor government should inform the people as to which thing compelled it to change the route,” he said.

Siraj regretted that people belonged to Khyber Pukhtunkhwa and Fata are being teased in Sindh and Punjab and asked Chief Minister Punjab and Sindh to stop this discrimination with the Pukhtuns.

About the performance of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa government, Siraj said that being Amir of JI he was not 100 % satisfied with the performance but still this government is moving in right direction as corruption has been controlled while merit has been uphold.

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