The Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) chief, Siraj-ul Haq has announced celebrations over US withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The Jamaat-e-Islami chief, Siraj-ul Haq has stated that after the withdrawal of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan, the responsibilities of the Afghan Taliban have increased as the country has turned into a dilapidated structure after a long war.
On Friday (today), millions of Muslims in masjid and madrassas across the country will celebrate at the request of Amir Jamaat-e-Islami.
Moreover, Jamaat-e-Islami chairman Siraj-ul Haq has announced to celebrate thanksgiving and prayer on Friday across the country on the withdrawal of US troops in Afghanistan, Pakistan’s vernacular media reported.
“After the withdrawal of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan, the responsibilities of the Afghan Taliban have increased as the country has turned into a dilapidated structure after a long war,” said Siraj.
Earlier in 2019, Sirajul Haq, leader of Jamaat-e-Islami, said that no power on earth can divide Pakistanis from Kashmir and without the valley the country is incomplete.
Addressing the Kashmir march in Islamabad, the JI leader labelled Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a “killer of Muslims” and said that at least 18,000 men have been arrested in Indian-controlled Kashmir since August 5.
The people of Indian-controlled Kashmir have been suspended of medical facilities and the Indian forces have blinded thousands of youngsters with pallet guns, Haq told his supporters.
The JI leader said that India did not suddenly revoke the status of Indian-controlled Kashmir but that it was part of the BJP’s manifesto.
On August 5, New Delhi ended the special status of Indian-controlled Kashmir. Since then, an unannounced curfew has been spread in the valley.
Jamaat-e-Islami is an Islamist political party based in Pakistan which was founded in colonial India in 1941.