’Corruption marring national economy’

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Lahore: Secretary General, Jamaat e Islami, Liaqat Baloch, has said that rampant corruption and the corrupt style of the government had done irreparable harm to the country’s trade and industry, agriculture and the national economy.

Addressing an Iftar party at Clifton colony, he said that Pakistan was an important country as a nuclear power and a member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization but bad governance and the corrupt of the rulers had practically negated its positive aspects.

The JI Secretary General said that the corrupt mafia wanted to escape accountability by raising hue and cry, by making the institutions controversial and creating a clash of personalities. However, he said that the JI would continue its struggle for ending weeding out corruption in line with the public demand and for the recovery of the looted money from the plunderers.

Liaqat Baloch said that the tension in the Middle East was a matter of deep concern for the Muslims all over the world. The Muslims wanted cordial, brotherly ties among all the Muslims states and the oppressed people in Palestine and Kashmir were crying for the Ummah’s unity, and their support.

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