Voicing objections: JI to mount campaign against corruption

Mushtaq Ahmed criticised the government for increasing the price of petrol and medicine


Our Correspondent February 20, 2016

BATKHELA:


Jamaat-e-Islami Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa chief Mushtaq Ahmed Khan has announced a campaign will be launched to put an end to corruption in the country.


He was addressing a conference in Batkhela on Saturday where a
large number of people showed up.

Mushtaq Ahmed criticised the government for increasing the price of petrol and medicine. “Prices have been increased to fill the personal treasures of leaders,” he added.

“I will take this matter up with the Supreme Court.” According to Mushtaq Ahmed, JI will not allow corruption to infiltrate the country.

“Corruption, unemployment and violence can only be eradicated from the country if people work in an honest manner,” he added.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 21st, 2016.

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