We are fight­ing op­pres­sive govern­ment sys­tem: Rasheed Turabi

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

OUR COR­RE­SPON­DENT DHIRKOTE, AJK—Amir Ja­maat Is­lami AJK Mr Ab­dur Rasheed Turabi has said that his party was de­ter­mined to fight out what he called cur­rent op­pres­sive gov­ern­man­tal sys­tem and for this pur­pose has fielded selected party can­di­dates against all 41 seats of AJK Assem­bly [29-AJK, 12JK refugees/cit­i­zens set­tled in Pak­istan]. We have de­cided to wage a re­sult-achiev­ing strug­gle for the pro­tec­tion of the peo­ple’s rights, up­ping their liv­ing stan­dards. I place a pow­er­ful obli­ga­tion on the shoul­ders of each party worker to spread the light of Is­lam house to house, per­son to per­son, in­sti­tu­tion to in­sti­tu­tion with ex­em­plary ethics and frat­er­niza­tion, he stressed this dur­ing his ad­dress to ide­o­log­i­cal train­ing course of women party work­ers.

“Women have had vi­tal role both in the so­ci­ety as a whole and in the maine­nance of fam­ily liv­ing sys­tem. The rights granted by Is­lam to women su­per­sede all other par­al­lels in any other civ­i­liza­tion, he re­minded them.

Women form 50 per cent each one does her so­ci­etal part. He praised the women wing of his party telling them that it is only Ja­maat Is­lami whose

Amir Ja­maat Mr Ab­dur Rasheed Turabi him­self is one of the elec­toral party can­di­dates and be­lieves he can win his seat in Bagh area with easy swim. He ex­pressed great de­spon­dency over the per­for­mance of the AJK govern­ment and termed the sys­tem ‘op­pres­sive’ urg­ing peo­ple to stay at his side to bring about com­plete so­cial and eco­nomic change in the so­ci­ety.

Ja­maat chief was crit­i­cal of western NGOs al­leg­ing they are fan­ning anti-Is­lam val­ues par­tic­u­larly among the women lot. Is­lam, he ex­plained to them, is a way of prac­ti­cal life that pro­motes so­cial fra­ter­nity. Clar­i­fy­ing elec­toral po­si­tion he told the women gath­er­ing that all elec­tion home work against 41 seats of the AJK Assem­bly had al­ready been com­pleted. It is now up to the party work­ers to win over the hearts and hands of the peo­ple to cast votes in com­ing elec­tions to Ja­maat’s can­di­dates.

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