Religious parties to oppose un-Islamic legislation, corruption

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Jamat-e-Islami Chief Siraj-ul-Haq said on Tuesday that the religious parties have agreed to make joint efforts to oppose un-Islamic legislation, corruption and liberalisation of society in the country.

He was talking to media along with other religious leaders after the meeting of the Rahber Committee of religious parties held in Islamabad on Tuesday. He said that the Panama Leaks and the overall political situation of the country were discussed during the meeting.

Siraj-ul-Haq, Allama Sajid Mir, Abdul Ghaffar Ropri, Liaqat Baloch, Allama Sajid Naqvi, Allama Ibtesam Elahi Zaheer, Ameer Hamza, Maulana Fazal Haqqani and others participated in the meeting.

It was agreed that the religious parties would jointly hold a grand Mustafa Conference on May 1 at Liaqat Bagh, Rawalpindi, the JI chief said.

Maulana Fazal Haqqani of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI) said that the government would not be allowed to make laws against Quran and Sunah.

Allama Sajid Naqvi said religious parties are once again united and he hoped that the unity will sustain until the achievement of the common goal.