KARACHI: Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Syed Munawar Hassan called up on the nation on Sunday to be prepared for bringing a revolution in the country and viewed that elections held after the revolution will bear better results.
Addressing a public meeting at Banaras Chowk area of Karachi on Sunday, the JI chief also said that the nation should be prepared for elections. He claimed that bearded men and Hijab-wearing women would change the fate of the country.
Munawar Hassan criticized the government saying it speaks of supremacy of parliament but its deeds were contrary to that. He urged the Chief Justice of Pakistan to ensure implementation of Supreme Court verdicts.
Touching the Memo issue, JI chief said it was aimed at defaming the armed forces of country. He also emphasized the need of reviewing foreign policy of country and added that Nato attack on Salal checkpost was an attack on the sovereignty of Pakistan.
The USA with the help of India had been trying to weaken Pakistan. The JI chief said his party has never been involved in corruption and therefore there is no such allegation on it.
"We dont have any feudal lord in JI," he said. Syed Munawar Hassan severely criticized the present rulers for making miserable the lives of the people of Pakistan by inflation and skyrocketing prices of petroleum and other things.