No threat to democracy: Liaqat Baloch

QUETTA: There is no threat to democracy under prevalent situation. Winners and losers of elections both are worried. These views were expressed by Secretary General Jamaat Islami Pakistan Liaqat Baloch while speaking to Newsmen upon arrival at Quetta Airport here Monday.

He said governments in the country have failed. If there was any danger to democracy Jamaat Islami would fulfil its constitutional responsibility. Jamaat was suffering after losing elections in Khyber Pashtoonkhwa.

He said martial law is no solution to any problem. One year to general election has passed but there is rise in unemployment and price hike in the country. He said both winners and losers of election were crying. He said Jamaat Islami is striving to bring change in system of country but it would take some time.

He said there is need to improve situation in Balochistan. He asked the government in office to hold talks with angry Baloch and resolve the problem politically because there will be instability in the country unless situation in Karachi and Khyber Pashtoonkhwa improves. He said reason behind situation in Karachi and Khyber Pashtoonkhwa are different and government should take sincere efforts to restore peace.

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