MULTAN: The participants of Pakistan Defense Conference held a rally on Sunday in Multan in which they criticised the government and vowed that they were ready to defend the country. Different parties also said that the masses will protest by surrounding the parliament in case of resumption of Nato supplies.
Various political and religious parties stress upon the need not to accept the dictation from other nations with aims to do decisions by ourselves.
The Chief of Jamaat-e-Islami, Munawwar Hassan said that international agencies are involved in terrorism in Pakistan.
“Now, it is time to change the foreign policy and to detach ourselves away from the US,” said Hassan.
Former chief of ISI, Hameed Gul said that Pakistan’s existence will be in danger if Nato supplies are resume. He said that if India is the most favored nation, then who is poking a dagger in the back of Pakistan via Balochistan and Afghanistan.
The leader of Awami Muslim League, Shaikh Rasheed said that the genie of corruption in out of control, all the important institutions in the country have been infected by it.
Maulana Samiul Haq also took oath from the participants to lead their lives for the defense of the country if needed.