Jamat-e-Islami chief Sirajul Haq vows to fight and die for Pakistan

Sirajul Haq

PESHAWAR – The chief of Jamat-e-Islami Sirajul Haq has vowed to fight and die for Pakistan and said that people should stop telling us what Pakistaniyat otherwise nationalism is.

Siraj was concluding the Aman Jirga in Peshawar on Thursday organized by the Jamat-e-Islami (JI).

Siraj delivered a very emotional speech while concluding the staged alliance of anti-coercive means forces to bring peace in Pakistan.

He said “Those sitting in Islamabad blame us of violating the constitution. I ask from them that does constitution allow corruption? Then why those in Islamabad have looted money from this nation and kept in foreign banks? People is Islamabad are the most ‘sick minded’ of all.”

JI’s chief also referred to the people from FATA’s agencies present at the occasion and said “These men are the evidence that we want peace.”

He went further and termed Pakistan a mosque, graveyard and mother for himself.

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