Head of Pakistan Sunni Tehreek, Muhammad Sarwat Ejaz Qadri, has said that peace cannot be established in the country without establishing justice system.
Muhammad Sarwat Ejaz Qadri said that peace cannot be established in the country without establishing justice system. He added that it takes time to unite the Sunnis. If the government does not bring forward patriotic forces, extremists and terrorists will have a chance to come forward. He expressed these views in a statement issued by the center of Ahl-e-Sunnat.
Sarwat Ijaz Qadri said that if he wants peace in the country, then Imran Khan should not only make claims of Riyasat-e-Madinah but also take practical steps for it. He said that for Madinah-style rule it is necessary to provide the people their rights, for which the justice system needs to be generalized.
He said that today’s Sunni conference is very important for the unity of Ahl-e-Sunnat and for creating an earthquake among the members of falsehood. If the majority of the country’s Sunnis are walled off, then extremists will flourish. The government and national security agencies should provide facilities to the people for justice, education and better health in the country.
Hollow promises and claims will no longer work. The government must work in practice. In its three-year visit, the government should pull the people out of the disappointments and deprivations of Maidan-e-Pakistan policies. If they are not eliminated, it will have negative effects, which will be a shortcoming for democratic values.
He said that there is an outside hand behind extremism and terrorism in the country. India is playing the role of frontman in this. To respond to the cowardly attacks of India, we stand with the Pakistan army. The day the Pak army declares jihad, Kashmir will be liberated in hours, not days. India should not interpret Pakistan’s peaceful policy as weakness. The people of Pakistan are well aware of breaking the teeth of the enemies of the country.
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