Pakistan’s Islamabad: The country may soon experience the imposition of Martial Law due to the political conflict between the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI). According to Sirajul Haq, the leader of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), the incumbent PDM has been a burden to the country.
Asserting that all political parties had a fundamental right to protest, he also denounced efforts by the Pakistani government to put an end to them.
Haq argued in favour of holding national elections and noted that the Government and the Election Commission of Pakistan had been attempting to obstruct them, in contravention of the Constitution and Supreme Court rulings.
Haq went on to say that the interim Punjab government was associated with the Pakistan Democratic Movement. The statements made by the interim administration give the impression that they plan to remain for some time. ”I want to be clear that this country was founded through a democratic process and that only democratic action can keep it going”.
After outlining the risks, Haq declared that Jamaat-e Islami would not allow the Constitution to be compromised in any form. Also, he emphasised that before gaining power, the parties, including the PPP and the PML-N, fought against inflation.
The Express Tribune claimed that these hypocrites’ refusal to give up their benefits, homes, luxury automobiles, and other amenities is an illustration of their deceit.
Despite owning billions of dollars in foreign holdings, these dishonest feudal lords and capitalists haven’t supported their own people. Haq demanded that these disputes be settled in Parliament rather than through the courts at the same time.