Published On: Sun, Dec 29th, 2013
Published in Category: Lahore

Taliban not against constitution but want its implementation: Sami-ul-Haq

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LAHORE: Chief, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-S), Maulana Sami-ul-Haq has said that Taliban are not against the constitution but actually they want its implementation. “There actual demand is implementation of the constitution,” he added.

In a press briefing here on Saturday, Maulana said that foreign domination gained control over Pakistan government after 9/11and Asif Ali Zardari also started extending agenda of dictatorship despite a democratic government has been installed in the country, he added.

Sami-ul-Haq reminded that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had pledged to get rid from foreign domination but he is also being tilted towards west.

Talking about India, JUI-S chief criticised the PM and said that India has started making wall across Line of Control (LoC) and Bangladesh is hanging over Pakistan’s supporters but PM is fond of friendship with them.

He did not miss the chance to criticize Bilawal Bhutto Zardari for his speech and said that Bilawal’s wish to make a non-Muslim PM of the country is deviant from constitution as no any non-Muslim can be President of country according to constitution, he added.
“US do not want peace in Pakistan,” Sami-ul-Haq mentioned.

JUI-S chief said that terrorism and suicide attacks are the reaction of drone attacks and government should clear-cut tell America that no drone attack should take place during dialogue with Taliban, he added.