Lahore:Jamaat-e-Islami Emir Senator Sirajul Haq has termed the Indian Supreme Court verdict on Babri Mosque case shameful and black spot on the face of justice.
Addressing a meeting of central leadership in Mansoora on Saturday, he regretted that Prime Minister Imran Khan had not uttered a word in condemnation of Indian court decision during his speech at the opening ceremony of Kartarpur Corridor.
He said the Ayodhya verdict showed the ugly face of Hidutva extremism. The decision, he added, allowed the Hindu extremists to continue their abuse against Muslims at a time when the BJP government had already bent upon snatching the rights of every non-Hindu living in India.
The JI chief said that Hindutva goons had first demolished the centuries old historic mosque and now they won the support of the top court after three decades in their favour. It was a complete denial of justice and victimization of millions of Muslims of Sub-continent, he said.
Siraj appealed the international community to take notice of biased decision. He also demanded the Pakistani government play its role in exposing the approach of the world so-called biggest democracy towards the Muslim community.
The JI chief said the prime minister seemed confused during the inauguration of the Kartarpur Corridor. PM Imran Khan, he said, had not only taken an apologetic stand on Kashmir, he also indirectly offered friendship to India PM Modi. The weak stand of the present and past rulers on Kashmir cause, he said, provided New Delhi an opportunity to wipe out Kashmir as a state from the world map.
Earlier, addressing a conference in connection of Iqbal Day, he expressed surprise over choosing the occasion for the opening of the corridor. He said it seemed rulers knew nothing about the Two-nation theory. He said the youth must learn from the ideology of Allama Iqbal and Syed Abul Ala Maududi and start struggle to turn Pakistan according the vision of the great thinkers of Islam. He said the JI world continue struggle to turn Pakistan into an Islamic welfare state based on the ideas of Dr Iqbal and Syed Maududi.