JI to launch drive against corruption

KARACHI: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Pakistan chief Senator Siraj-ul-Haq on Sunday announced to launch a massive drive for elimination of corruption and poverty. The campaign would be launched from Karachi in the upcoming March month. A large number of activities, including long marches, would be held under the country

Addressing a party convention at a central mosque in North Nazimabad area, he said that The 2018 would be the year of change and masses would get rid of those US allies who robbed the country.

He further said that the JI is a movement with the only purpose to bring a peaceful Islamic revolution which would also ensure prosperity in the country. “We want to see the system of Allah Almighty.”

The JI leader said that the present government had failed to resolve the problems faced by people. He said that instead of eliminating corruption and mismanagement from the national institutions, the government is mulling to sell out the institutions. He further said that the JI would not accept privatization of national institutions.

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