Will not tolerate any ‘appointments’ during elections: Sirajul Haq

Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Emir Sirajul Haq asserted on Sunday that his party will oppose any form of “imposed choices” in the forthcoming elections.

During a press conference in Lahore, Haq emphasized, “From December 10 to February 8, the youth of the nation will persist in their endeavors for the elections. We are optimistic that the elections will proceed as planned. The country must confront severe adversities if democracy is undermined.”

He emphasized that the JI will align with the public exclusively.

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Regarding the situation in Gaza, Haq stated, “JI stands in solidarity with the people of Gaza. We urge the government to take tangible measures regarding Gaza.”

– Obsolete political structure –

Haq voiced his opinion on Friday, criticizing the “outdated” political framework in the country.

While sharing his thoughts in Lahore, Haq censured political adversaries, remarking, “There’s no divergence between Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) concerning policies.”

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“The rulers have only witnessed a surge in their wealth and enterprises,” he added.

Haq urged the public to endorse his party in the upcoming elections slated for February 8.

“For the past 76 years, the country’s resources have been pillaged. No one knows how the loans procured from foreign nations have been utilized,” Haq emphasized.

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