PESHAWAR - Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Central General Secretary Liaqat Baloch has said that the incumbent corrupt rulers have disappointed youth, as rampant corruption, price hike, increasing unemployment and bad law and order situation have turned the life of the masses miserable.

“The ruling alliance has destroyed all the government institutions by booming rampant corruption and nepotism,” Baloch said while addressing a “Students Mega Festival” organized by Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Wednesday here at the Afghan ground.

The IJT, he added, is playing an important role to involve students in creative activities and also educate them on ideological basis in the educational institutes.

He urged the youth to raise-up and play their active role to combat corruption, nepotism and violation of merit in the country. Baloch vowed to end corruption, unemployment and control rising prices of daily commodities items by providing job opportunities to youth within the country after JI’s coming into power.

On this occasion, the JI central naib ameer and former provincial senior minister Sirajul Haq said that the IJT is a ray of hope for the youth, and urged the youth to be prepare as non could halt the way to Islamic revolution in the country. He added that days of the incumbent corrupt rulers are counted, and said that people will reject these so-called champions to protect rights of the masses.

Earlier, Deputy Counselor General of Iran in Peshawar Masood Kazmi also addressed the gathering. He said that the students in Iran were played a pivotal role to defeat the American imperialistic forces and bring revolution in the country. He also hailed the efforts of the IJT for organizing the students in such a large number.