Image default
Latest Pakistan Punjab

The Jaranwala Incident is Shameful and Condemnable, Our Religion Prohibits it, says Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rahman

Karachi: Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Karachi, Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rahman said that whatever happened in Jaranwala is shameful and condemnable, our religion does not allow it and there should be a complete investigation of the case.

During a press conference in Karachi, Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Karachi Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rahman said that many problems are happening simultaneously in Pakistan, the entire nation has become hostage at the hands of those running the system, the rulers of this country do not think about the people and make decisions.

Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rahman said that IMF’s conditions are fully met to create inflation in the country which is a sign of slavery. IMF does not allow rulers to live lavishly, it is their own fault. There is a tax system in the country under which the public is subjugated. It is the responsibility of both the rulers and the people to correct the economic crisis.

He said that the rulers should reduce their expenses and provide relief to the people. As soon as the current government came, a petrol bomb was dropped on the people. He requested the Prime Minister to reduce the expenses of the rulers and provide facilities to the people. The tax imposed on the people is crushing them, despair is increasing, and people want to leave the country due to inflation, he added.

Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami said that Jamaat-e-Islami will protest across the country against inflation tomorrow. He said we want to protest peacefully so that people’s anger does not spill out.

Talking about the rising crime in the city, he said that yesterday street criminals killed a young man again. When asked about street criminals, the Chief Minister avoids the question.

He said that the incident in Ranipur is sad, there was an attempt to suppress the incident but it could not be done because of social media. He further stated that the incident in Jaranwala is also condemnable. Such incidents happen in America and India but no international voice is raised.