PESHAWAR: Ameer Jamat-e-Islami (JI) Sirajul Haq has demanded that the government should form a commission led by the Chief Justice (CJ) to conduct investigation in regards to the Panama Leaks.
While addressing a minorities’ convention in the District Council hall, Peshawar, Siraj stated that the revelations made through the Panama Leaks regarding the businesses of the Prime Minister’s (PM) sons and other named individuals are quite shameful.
Siraj stated that JI will continue its jihad against corruption as the rights of the ordinary citizen get curbed because of the prevailing corruption in the country.
He further added that his party intends to provide free education and health facilities to those who cannot afford them, adding that efforts are being made to put an end to the VVIP culture.
JI chief stated that corruption worth Rs 480 million is done each year in the country as there is no accountability.
Members of the Christian community along with provincial leaders of the party took part in the convention.