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LAHORE: Jamaat-e-Islami chief, Syed Munawar Hasan, has said that change in the country was inevitable and the patriotic forces would have to join hands for steering the country out of the present crisis.

He was talking to media at Mansoora after meeting with Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed Saturday evening.

Syed Munawar Hasan said that none of the political parties was capable of solo flight. He said that the alliances formed in the present situation would be election alliances.

Earlier, he received Rashid Ahmed at Mansoora. JI leaders, Dr Muhammad Kamal, Sirajul Haq and Asadullah Bhutto and Farid Piracha, were also present.

Talking to newsmen, Sheikh Rashid Ahmed that the JI had been striving for the supremacy of Islam at international and national level as also for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan. The JI had played a crucial role in every difficult situation and its services for the country were unforgettable.

Sheikh Rashid said that at present, the eyes of the nation were on the JI. "We both are people of the same ideology", he said, and adding that both wanted to keep the banner of Allah and His Prophet high.


 



 
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