JI amir says due to critical situation political parties support military courts

Peshawar: Amir Jamat-e-Islami Sirajul Haq on Thursday said that owing to present situation  Jamat-e-Islami and other parties have supported the establishment of special court which would be functional only for limited time.

Talking to media after visiting Army Public School along with members of Political Jirga, Siraj said it was difficult for all political parties  to support formation of special courts however on the request of federal government political parties agreed however these courts will function under constitution and the accused would be given full chance of defence in the court.

Siraj said that for speedy justice the existing justice system should be improved so courts would provide justice to the people without any delay. ” it is hard for us to allow special courts but there was no other option with the government for speedy trials” he said.

Amir Jamat-e-Islami said Peshawar School attack has given a deep shock to every human being and now the nation has started March towards peace to bring peace back to the country.

” we never seen such a cruel action that badly upset the people of Peshawar who are experiencing such incidents from last twenty five years,” he observed and prayed to Allah that the new year will bring peace and prosperity.

Senator Rehman Malik said that people of Peshawar are brave therefore Peshawar should be declared the city of brave people. He said that the martyred students should be awarded with high civilian awards and all schools should named after those martyred in Army Public School.

Afghan Government, he said should hand over Maulana Fazlullah and other TTP leadership hiding in Afghanistan.

National Party Chief Senator Mir Hasil Bazenjo said Army Public School should be converted into an university the school should be re-named on the name of Shuhada who embraced Shahadat in the school.

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