Fail­ure of for­eign, do­mes­tic poli­cies in­crease threats to se­cu­rity: Baloch

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

LAHORE—Act­ing Ameer of the Ja­maat e Is­lami, Pak­istan, Li­aqat Baloch, has said that the fail­ure of for­eign and do­mes­tic poli­cies of the rulers was in­creas­ing the threats to the na­tional se­cu­rity.

Ad­dress­ing the youth at an If­tar din­ner here on Sun­day, he said that the drone at­tack in Balochis­tan was an at­tack on the coun­try’s in­de­pen­dence and sovereignty.

He said that peace and sta­bil­ity were re­turn­ing to the coun­try be­cause of the Zarb e Azab and the Na­tional Ac­tion Plan against ter­ror­ism. He said that the con­sen­sus of the na­tional lead­er­ship was a great suc­cess.

The JI act­ing chief said that en­e­mies of Pak­istan were try­ing their best to sab­o­tage the China Pak­istan Eco­nomic Cor­ri­dor project while the gov­ern­ment was in the bat­tle field with­out a For­eign Min­is­ter and a De­fense Min­is­ter.

Li­aqat Baloch said that the Na­tional se­cu­rity pol­icy had proved a fail­ure. He said that In­dia and Afghanistan were car­ry­ing out sub­ver­sive ac­tiv­i­ties with the US sup­port. He said that the gov­ern­ment it­self was the big­gest ob­sta­cle in win­ning the war against ter­ror­ism.

He said that the De­fae Pak­istan Coun­cil would hold De­fense Con­fer­ences in ma­jor cities in­clud­ing Pe­shawar, Karachi, Quetta and Lahore.

The JI act­ing Ameer said that the youth were the real as­set of the coun­try and the JI was proud of their nat­u­ral ca­pa­bil­i­ties. The coun­try’s youth, had earned recog­ni­tion world­wide due to their tal­ent as doc­tors, engi­neers, soft ware and hard ware engi­neers but the cor­rupt po­lit­i­cal lead­er­ship and the cor­rupt sys­tem were cre­at­ing de­spair among the young gen­er­a­tion.

He said it was a great bless­ing that the coun­try’s youth had deep love for Pak­istan and were im­bued with the spirit of sac­ri­fic­ing their all for the coun­try. He as­sured the youth that if they stood united, they would be wield­ing the reigns of pow­ers in fu­ture. He said the youth would have to free the coun­try from the hold of the cor­rupt elite.—Agen­cies

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