Jamaat-e-Islami to initiate biggest national volunteers’ drive of country’s history: Sirajul Haq
Says under this drive 1 million volunteers would be trained for emergencies
TIMERGARA ( Web News )
Emir Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Sirajul Haq has announced that the Jamaat-e-Islami was going to initiate the biggest national volunteers drive of the history of the country under which 1 million volunteers would be trained for emergencies. He said experiments related to floods, earthquakes and corona proved that the governments were incapable of properly working in testing times.
Sirajul Haq was addressing the volunteers’ convention at Timergara. He said that all institutions related to disaster management were had been destroyed whereas the government as well as foreign aid was misappropriated, portrayed by the plight of the flood victims.
He said the male and female students of colleges and universities will be particularly included in the national volunteers drive. He said that the nation was disappointed over the performance of the rulers, adding the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf were badly exposed before the nation.
He went on to say there were no chances of improvement in the presence of the above mentioned parties as clubs consisting of feudal lords and mafias have and will never bother about the welfare of the people. He added the time had come to get rid of them, terming these moments decisive.
Sirajul Haq said that Jamaat-e-Islami was a single option available with the people for the sake of prosperity and development of the country as it would be a futile effort to test the already tested people.
He said that the rulers disappointed the youth and furthered that narcotics were spreading among the students but the federal and provincial governments did not bother about it.
He said that the rulers destroyed the educational institutions and made education a costly subject. He said there is dismal condition of the government schools across the length and breadth of the country as their infrastructure and boundary wall were unavailable.
Sirajul Haq said there were no health facilities for the poor segments of the society, adding there was shortage of hospitals as well as doctors. He was of the view that the people rely only on Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan which was why they handed over their money to it but they should be well cognizant of the fact that their vote is more precious than their money. He said there is a need that the people should use their right of franchise in favour of responsible, eligible and honest people for bringing real change in the country.