LAHORE: The Jamaat e Islami is launching its countrywide mass contact campaign from tomorrow with the aim to carry its message of Islamic Pakistan- Prosperous Pakistan, to all and sundry in every nook and corner of the motherland.
This was stated by the JI Secretary General Liaqat Baloch, while talking to the media at the Punjab University after inaugurating a Book Fair there.
He said that the JI members and workers would go from door to door in villages and towns and meet men, women students, labourers, kisans, traders and merchants, and convey to them the message of the JI chief Senator Sirajul Haq that the stability and the progress of the county lay only in liberating the country and the nation from the clutches of the corrupt ruling elite and the enforcement of the Islamic system based on the Holy Quran and the Sunnah.
Liaqat Baloch said that notwithstanding the expansion and the impact of the modern means of mass communication, the importance of the books for the growth of knowledge and research could not be overemphasized. He took a round of the stalls at the Book fair and congratulated the Punjab University Vice Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran, for organizing the Book Fair.
To a question about the Karachi targeted operation, he said that although peace was returning to the city due to the Rangers operation, yet the business community , industrialists and the employees still felt insecure and had the apprehension that the operation would be abandoned half- way. He said it was the responsibility of the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and the Singh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, to pull the masses out of this sense of uncertainty.