Published On: Mon, Nov 20th, 2023
Published in Category: Lahore

Marriyum Aurangzeb says PML-N’s political rivals can see that Nawaz Sharif will become the PM after the Feb 8 electionsAmerican agents will not be allowed to conquer Pakistan in next general elections: Sirajul Haq

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LAHORE: Amid attacks from its opponents, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Information Secretary and former information and broadcasting minister Marriyum Aurangzeb has said that her party's political rivals can see that PML-N Quaid and former prime minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif will become the prime minister after the February 8 elections. Addressing a press conference in Lahore on Sunday, the former federal information minister said that the PML-N's manifesto will be to provide relief to the people. 'We have to rise above our personal interests. Our political rivals can also see that Nawaz Sharif will become the next prime minister,' said Marriyum Aurangzeb. Talking about the recent statement of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Co-Chairperson Asif Ali Zardari on elections, the PML-N leader said that his statement on transparent elections was 'encouraging'. Asif Zardari in a statement on Sunday said that he believes the country was moving towards transparent elections as he termed the present e nvironment "favourable" for polls. "The country is moving towards transparent elections," he said. The senior politician also expressed confidence in the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to ensure fair and transparent conduct of the elections, slated to be held on February 8 next year. 'We are not worried by any words or taunts we have to give relief to the people,' said Marriyum Aurangzeb during the presser. She also added that her party had launched its political campaign on October 21 with the arrival of party supremo Nawaz Sharif. Talking about her party president Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif's acquittal in the Ashiana-i-Iqbal Housing Scheme reference by a Lahore accountability court, the PML-N leader said that the former prime minister was vindicated once again. Marriyum said that Shehbaz showed loyalty towards his brother and was accused of corruption in 56 companies. She also added that he was accused of harming the treasury with billions of losses. The former minister said that Pakistan Tehr eek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan was imposed on the country due to the deliberate failure of the result transmission system, or RTS, in the 2018 elections. 'Today's youth must know what kind of game was played and the people had to bear the brunt of it,' said the PML-N leader. She added that for five to six years a 'game' was played with the opposition and justice system. LAHORE: Emir Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Sirajul Haq has announced the million march of children in Islamabad on 23rd November at 10: 00 AM for the support of people of Gaza. Sirjaul Haq said that we will move forward without fearing, tiring, threatening and being suppressed without going back. He said that American agents will not be allowed to conquer Pakistan in next general elections. He said that the leadership of so called big political parties is silent on suppression on Gaza and did not take the name of Palestine due to the fear of America. This was stated by Emir JI Pakistan Sirajul Haq while addressing the historic Palestine March in Lahore on Sunday. A large number of people attended the Million March held in front of Punjab University. Thousands of children, women and students from different educational institutions attended the Palestine Million March. Sirajul Haq said that the claims of conquering Balochistan and Sindh are being made, adding that these rulers could only conquer its masses and ci tizens and they no courage to speak against aggressor and tyrant. Sirajul Haq strongly criticized the silence of the rulers of the Islamic countries over the Israeli aggression on Palestinians. Sirajul Haq said that America wants that in no way the JI should form the government after next elections in Pakistan, adding that America knows that if JI will form the government then Kashmir will not remain with India and Palestine will not remain with Israel. Sirajul Haq said that he wants to ask from the masses whether they want rule of American agents in Pakistan or wants freedom, prosperity and justice. He said that in 2024, the elections will be held in 76 countries of the world and 4 billion people will exercise right of vote. He said that it is a matter of shame that in no other country allegation of rigging is leveled, adding that it is only Pakistan where fair election is not held. He said that the masses should convey the message of Palestinians in every home of Pakistan and raise the Palestinian flat at their homes, adding that we will continue our struggle. Sirajul Haq said that Dr. Nawaf al-Takrouri and Dr. Huzaifa Al-Khateeb are present, adding that on the behalf of the people of Pakistan he assures them that we will shed last drop of blood and last breath with them for the freedom of Gaza. He said that the participants should promise their lives and money for the freedom of Gaza, adding that when the passages will open we will go there and will liberate Al-Aqsa Mosque. Sirajul Haq criticized politicians for prioritizing self-interest and focusing on winning regions like Balochistan or Sindh while neglecting the dire situation in Palestine, including the killing of innocent children and women in the occupied area. He expressed dismay that these leaders never truly represented the nation's sentiments on crucial issues, always aiming to please Washington and secure power with its backing. He called for free and transparent general elections in February. The JI chief pointed out that Pakistan's ambassador did not meet with the Palestinian leadership in Doha due to fear of the U.S., contrasting it with diplomats from other countries who expressed solidarity. He questioned the absence of the caretaker prime minister or any government representative in the Gaza march, stating that people knew the reasons. While acknowledging global pro-Palestine rallies and public pressure in Western countries to revise policies supporting Israel, Sirajul Haq criticized Muslim world rulers for failing to take practical steps to support Gaza. He highlighted the OIC summit's ineffective declaration, emphasizing that history would remember the cowardice of Islamic world rulers in the face of the ongoing crisis. He traced the origins of the Israeli state back to imperialistic conspiracies in 1948, emphasizing that even its name did not exist before its establishment. He noted the Palestinian people's consistent refusal to recognize Israel and their resistance to its expansionism since its inception. He reassured that the Pakistani public fully supported the Palestinian struggle, pledging JI's continued support for the Palestine cause despite any hurdles or difficulties. Palestinian representative Dr. Nawaf al-Takrouri also attended the event, expressing gratitude to the public and JI for raising their voices for Palestine. Deputy Chiefs of JI Pakistan Liaqat Baloch, Dr. Farid Ahmed Piracha, Secretary General JI Pakistan Ameerul Azim, JI Central Punjab Emir Muhammad Javed Kasuri, JI North Punjab Emir Dr. Tariq Saleem, Hafiz Muhammad Idrees, Maulana Abdul Malik, JI Information Secretary Qaiser Sharif, Director JI Foreign Affairs Asif Luqman Qazi, Ittehad Milliat-e-Islami leader Allama Agha Jawwad Naqvi, Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadith leaders Maulana Hafiz Ibtesam Ilahi Zaheer, Allama Zubair Ahmed Zaheer and others also addressed the million march.