BAHAWALPUR - Ahle Sunnat wal Jamaat (ASJ) leader Maulana Ahmad Ludhianvi said that the government had failed to stop drone attacks. "It looks like the rulers are in tacit agreement with the US, according to which Americans will continue drone attacks while Pakistani government will raise mere hue and cry to hoodwink the nation," he made the remarks while addressing an 'Eid Millan' here the other day. On the occasion, he claimed that Ahle Sunnat wal Jamaat fully support the restoration of Bahawalpur province.

"The rulers have been carrying out American agenda and have embraced her slavery to remain in the power at the cost of national interest," he alleged, adding that despite the passage of 66 years, the nation was still in the quagmire of problems. The ASWJ leader pointed out that change in the system was the need of the hour and only Khilafate Rashida could lead the nation towards progress and prosperity.

Maulana Ludhianvi argued that until the system of Khilafate Rashida was not implemented in letter and spirit, the nation would remain trap in the vicious circle of crises and problems. "Pakistan came into being in the name of "La Illahail Allah, but this agenda is yet to be accomplished," he lamented.

He argued that his party made alliances in the past with different parties but that could yield due to various reasons, adding that now the ASWJ had decided to take part in elections with the alliance of religious parties.

Maulana Ludhianvi said that Difa-e-Pakistan Council had proved to be the only potential opposition to the restoration Nato supplies.

We opposes the restoration of Nato supplies because we think it will provide an opportunity to the US-led Nato forces to transfer ammunition instead of food and we are stick to our stance," he elaborated, adding that the ammunition taken through Nato supply would use to kill Muslims as the ASWJ deemed the murder of an innocent person as the murder of whole humanity.

He also suggested that PTI Chief Imran Khan should protest against the Nato supply from the platform of Difa-e-Pakistan Council to make the voice more effective.

"In 1965 and 1971 wars, Pakistan Army did not bear so much losses which has been suffered in the so-called war against terror" he pointed out.