JI for strengthening criminal judicial system

Lahore

Lahore: Secretary General, Jamaat e Islami, Liaqat Baloch, has said that the country’s criminal judicial system must be reformed by making it more efficient and simple to facilitate the litigant public.

He was talking to prominent political and social figures in the NA 126 area.

The JI Secretary General welcomed army Chief Gen. Bajwa’s statement that the operation Raddul Fasaad would pave way for a durable peace and stability in the country. However, he said, that the government and the security forces must also adopt quick and effective measures against the secular and extreme nationalist elements brewing mischief and thus providing fuel for terrorism.

Liaqat Baloch said that the increase in load shedding with the start of summer should be matter of shame for the Prime Minister and the Punjab Chief Minister in the face of their claims in this regard. He said that the energy shortage had already ruined the country’s industry and agriculture.

Separately, Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq and four JI MNAs Sahibzada Mohammad Yaqub, Sahibzada Tariqullah, Sher Akbar Khan and lady member Aisha Syed, have moved resolutions in both the houses of the parliament on the issue of acute water shortage in the federal capital.

The JI members of the parliament have demanded debate in the two houses on the hardships and problems being faced by the residents of Islamabad because of shortage and the short term and long term steps the government was planning to resolve the important humanitarian issue.

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