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Jamaat-e-Islami reluctant to join opposition’s protest

SAMAA | - Posted: May 20, 2019 | Last Updated: 1 year ago
Posted: May 20, 2019 | Last Updated: 1 year ago
JI leader says the strategy is not clear

Liaquat Baloch, a senior leader of Jamaat-e-Islami, said on Monday that his party can't become party to any protest until the opposition parties set their priorities straight.

“The line of action is not clear and there is no strategy,” Baloch, who attended Sunday's Iftar dinner at Bilawal House along with other opposition leaders, told SAMAA TV in an interview on Monday.

PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had said that all the parties will continue to stage their protests after Eid, outside and inside parliament.

“All parties will meet and work on their joint strategy against the government’s policies,” said Bilawal while addressing a press conference after the Iftar dinner.

Liaquat Baloch, however, thinks that there was no need of the press conference after the dinner because the leaders of the opposition parties didn’t go beyond the discussion during the Iftar dinner.

“Maryam Nawaz said that they were being oppressed and she doesn't want to see the PTI in the government for even a minute,” Baloch said.

The JI leader said that some people are talking about a national government but he said that there is no place for it in the Constitution.
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  1. Faraz  May 21, 2019 1:20 am/ Reply

    …maybe an honest move on part of JI …but what line of action are they referring to here? did he expect a duffer like bilawal riding the name of his maternal gradfather to do something uselful? he should only be called bilawal zardari this thief! and what are ppl expecting from this bimbo daughter of mulk faroosh sharif haramzada? this govt. has only been in for 10 months and what did laiqat baloch a party to thieves himself expect? that Imran Khan hasn’t looted enough already? are they disappointed with all the transparency laws and legislations PTI wants to bring so PPP and PMLN are worried they Imran would make it impossible to loot and rob the people’s money? or is it that the panama papers scandals for zardair and sharif thieves and co. is about to reach its pinnacle with life long convictions and hopefully stolen money to be repatriated? alas, they are brooding to just make their workers who will paid to stage sit ins. I really hope Pak Army will nab these terrorists and try them in anti terror courts so these cockroaches stay in their gutters and leave Pakistan for Pakistanis. of course we need to get back all the looted money and once we properly punished them will these cult operators be allowed to flee.

  2. Saleem  May 21, 2019 6:54 am/ Reply

    Shame on Jamaat-e-Islami to be part of this hoopla. But after all, it is Jamaat-e-Islami and looking for its piece of pie as well.

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