Crises emerged in Pakistan is a result of last 62 years’ policies

Wrong policies gave birth to crises in Pakistan

The Jeay Sindh Mahaz has said that the crises being faced by Pakistan are not the product of one day but the outcome of wrong government policies during the last 62 years. Central executive committee of the party, which met in Radhan on Friday, discussed the political situation of the country. The meeting said the crises that had emerged in the shape of Kerry-Lugar bill, NRO, religious terrorism, bankruptcy of the state institutions, judicial crisis and corrupt practices of ministers and advisers were the logical result of bad governance of the rulers during the last 62 years.

These crises did not relate to any single party but to the state of Pakistan and all the parties which had remained in power, including army and bureaucracy, were responsible, the meeting said.It observed that the state crises had attained such proportions that they could not be resolved.

There was only one option left for Pakistan and that was change of the basic structure of the state, the meeting said.

It lashed out at a poet, Sarkash Sindhi, for publishing and distributing literature based on communal hatred and fundamentalism and said that the literature was aimed at creating Hindu-Muslim riots and religious fanaticism.

The meeting observed that it was highly regrettable that the poet had affiliation with a nationalist party which claimed to be the follower of G.M. Syed.

G.M. Syed was the exponent of secularism, love, peace and harmony and those who believed in religious fanaticism could not be his followers, the meeting noted.

The meeting expressed sorrow over the death of noted poet Asif Mithianvi.

Abdul Khaliq Junejo presided over the meeting attended by Dr Arbab Khuhawar, Hashim Khoso, Yasin Siddiq, Dr Barkat Jatoi and Imdad Sindhi.

Khalique Junejo
Lawyer and Chairman Long Live Sindh Front
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.

Phone : 92-3002684372,  92-21-469283


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