People facing problems of high prices, unemployment, corruption: JI Chief

NAWABSHAH:  Ameer Jamaat Islami Sirajul Haq said Sunday that 180 million people of Pakistan are facing problems of high prices, unemployment, corruption and commission.

He said that the country is being pushed economically back. He was addressing a public meeting.

He maintained said that more than 56000 people were killed in Khyber- Pakhtunkhwa and 24000 alone in Karachi.

He said that prices of every item have escalated. Sirajul Haq said that he had came to Sindh 30 years back, when he was a students and added it is a matter of sorrow that even after a lapse of 30 years the conditions in the province are still unchanged.

He said that people of Sindh are very loving but they could not develop due to the atrocities of landlords and those having vested interests.

He said that God Almighty has given all resources to Pakistan but due to wrong policies and decisions the people are still facing the menace of load shedding.

On the occasion, Sirajul Haq announced to launch an Islamic Movement at Minar-e-Pakistan on November 21, 2014.

Source: APP