Pak, Afghan con­fronta­tion agenda of colo­nial pow­ers: JI

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

LA­HORE—Act­ing Ameer of Ja­maat e Is­lami, Pak­istan, Li­aqat Baloch has said that per­sis­tent con­fronta­tion be­tween Pak­istan and Afghanistan was the agenda of the colo­nial pow­ers hav­ing Satanic de­signs but the peo­ple of the two coun­tries would foil the en­emy game. He was ad­dress­ing the Steer­ing com­mit­tee of the De­fae Pak­istan Coun­cil at Man­soora.

The JI act­ing chief said it was in the en­emy in­ter­est that hos­til­i­ties con­tin­ued be­tween Pak­istan and Afghanistan and in the re­gion. How­ever, he said, the peo­ple of the two coun­tries wanted to live in peace as good neigh­bours. He said the en­emy pow­ers wanted to de­prive the Afghan peo­ple of peace, progress and re­spect.

Li­aqat Baloch said that peace in Afghanistan was in­evitable for the honor­able re­turn of the Afghan refugees to their coun­try. He stressed that the US and NATO troops should with­draw from Afghanistan and the Afghan gov­ern­ment should can­cel all se­cu­rity pacts with the US signed un­der pres­sure so that the Afghan peo­ple were free to elect their lead­er­ship.

The JI act­ing chief ex­pressed grave con­cern over the re­peated in­ci­dents of ter­ror­ism in Turkey. He how­ever said that the Turk­ish peo­ple were united un­der their Pres­i­dent and they would foil the con­spir­a­cies of the world pow­ers. Li­aqat Baloch lauded the sup­ply of ba­sic hu­man needs to the be­sieged Gaza peo­ple through the Free­dom flotilla and said the move was com­mend­able.

Re­fer­ring to the Bangladesh sit­u­a­tion, the JI act­ing Ameer said that the fire of vengeance of BD Pre­mier Hasina Wa­jid had not cooled down as yet. He said that Bangladesh was be­ing driven to to­tal de­struc­tion. He said the un­law­ful killings in Bangladesh and dic­ta­to­rial poli­cies were most con­demnable. He said that In­dia wanted to desta­bi­lize Bangladesh through the pup­pet regime and then to swal­low it. He said that Pak­istan’s for­eign pol­icy had failed to stop the blood­shed in Bangladesh.—DNA

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