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The country is ruled by Form 47, Siraj-ul-Haq


Lahore: Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Sirajul Haq says that Form 47 rule in the country, People's Party and Muslim League (N)'s fight in the election and eye-rolling was to deceive the nation.

During the press conference in Mansoora, Sirajul Haq said that they are starting a national dialogue on election reforms, the meeting to save election democracy was held in Islamabad.

Siraj-ul-Haq said that the current election brought disrepute to Pakistan while the US has also asked to conduct an audit of the election in Pakistan.

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He said that the central council of Jamaat-e-Islami has decided that we have been defeated by rigging, that monkey distribution is being done for ministries and positions, we will continue protesting against the rigged election, we will ask the Election Commissioner again if the nation If there is an election commissioner, give them back their rights.

Regarding the International Monetary Fund, Sirajul Haque said that I wish PTI had the view not to take dictation from the IMF and the World Bank. He said that we should say goodbye to the IMF together, the prices of electricity, gas and petrol are being increased every day.

He said that Pakistan's economy will be further destroyed by loans, future generations are indebted to the IMF.

On the flood situation in Gwadar after the rains, Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan said that there was a flood in Gwadar as a result of which shops and settlements have been submerged.

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About the Israelis on the Palestinians in Gaza, Siraj al-Haq said that gunpowder and iron have been raining on Gaza for 118 days, in which children are burning, and every fifth resident of Gaza is dying of hunger.

He said that foreigners in America set themselves on fire to protest Israeli oppression. It is a pity that 58 Islamic countries of the world are looking towards America.

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