JI leaders ask Pakistan government not to bow to Saudi pressure

JI leaders ask Pakistan government not to bow to Saudi pressure and establish closer ties with Turkey and Malaysia.

Jamaat-e-Islami leader Professor Ibrahim Khan expressed his opposition to Saudi pressure.

He suggested that Pakistan should strengthen relations with Turkey and Malaysia because these three countries can play key role in resolving issues which Muslims face with.

He said that if Pakistan prefers its relations with these two countries, then Saudi Kingdom would fail in exerting pressure on Pakistan.

However, Ibrahim Khan also criticized the Prime Minister’s skipping of Kuala Lumpur Summit.

He said Pakistan, Turkey and Malaysia together would become so stronger that they would make Saudi Arabia to correct itself.

JI leaders ask Pakistan government

He said unity of these three countries would help end Saudi-Iran dispute and also help resolve issues across Muslim world.

Meanwhile, Jamaat-e-Islami deputy chief Liaquat Baloch also criticized the PTI government for skipping KL Summit.

He said that government increased problems for the country itself, let alone Kashmiris, by boycotting the Kuala Lumpur Summit.

He suggested that PTI government should call Kashmir conference in Pakistan as damage control event.

Interestingly, Pakistani nation has unanimously turned down the Saudi meddling into internal affairs of Pakistan.

Pakistan Turkey relations remain low due to Saudi Arabia

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