Islamabad [Pakistan]May 27 (ANI): Pakistan is in turmoil today and there is no peace and justice in the country, the Jamaat-e-Islami-Siraj-ul-Haq chairman said, Pakistani vernacular media Daily Dunya reported.
Daily Dunya is an Urdu daily newspaper from Pakistan.
According to Daily Dunya, the head of Jamaat-e-Islami said that unemployment is widespread in Pakistan. A total of 110 million people are forced to live below the poverty line and 70 million youth are unemployed.
He said that today, there is no justice in the courts, and there is no quality education in educational institutions. He said that all this happened today because of the change of party groups. Party-changing groups are sometimes imposed on the state in the form of PTI and sometimes in the form of PDM. These people have destroyed Pakistan.
He said that the country does not progress by blaming each other. The fight between PTI and PDM is not for the development of the country, all these ministers are fighting for their own interests.
According to Daily Dunya, the Jamaat-e-Islami chief said people asked him why you don’t have armored cars, so I said 220 million people in this country don’t feel safe, how can we travel in armored cars?
He said: “I asked the establishment in Islamabad, why are they repeatedly imposing political corpses like Shahbaz Sharif, Zardari and Imran Khan on this country? You want these political corpses to be man-made. How long does oxygen survive? I would say the Supreme Court and institutions should stop supporting these people. People should be empowered through transparent elections to have their own representative government.”
Meanwhile, The Tribune recently reported that Pakistan’s economic growth rate plummeted to 0.3% in the coming fiscal year due to severe restrictions on imports to avoid a sovereign default, causing the industrial sector to suffer from spillover effects on the services sector. And paralyzed.
The 0.29% growth rate was the slowest increase in national output in the past four years, exposing a mismanaged economy that is woefully inadequate to meet the needs of 250 million people. (Arnie)
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