MULTAN - Ameer Jamaat-i-Islami Pakistan Syed Munawar Hassan on Friday accused the government of staging a drama under the guise of Parliamentary debate for restoring NATO supply, hurling a warning that any decision in favour of NATO would be resisted with full force.

‘We will go to any extent if the supply is reopened’, he stated while addressing a Jalsa-e-Inqalab here at Sports Ground.

He said that all pro-Pakistan forces would play their role to stop the supply while hurdles would be created on the supply routes.

He further said that Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani had assured US President Barack Obama in their recent meeting in Seoul of restoring NATO supplies.

He said that US is killing innocent Pakistanis through drone attacks but our rulers are silent.

‘Govt was hatching a conspiracy to postpone elections’, he added. ‘If the polls are postponed revolution will become inevitable’, he warned.

He said that if President Asif Ali Zardari followed the footsteps of Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, the people of Pakistan would adopt the way the Egyptians adopted.  He said Mian Nawaz Sharif talked about an independent Election Commission and transparent polls.

Referring to Balochistan, he said that the government exhibited non-serious attitude on this national issue.

He said that corruption had reached its peak in the country and Prime Minister Gilani’s son had started following the footsteps of his father.

‘Whatever has appeared in newspapers about corruption of Ali Moosa Gilani, if it had happened in any democratic country, Ali Moosa would have resigned. But you know it’s like father like son situation’, he stated. Speaking on this occasion, Secretary General of JI Pakistan Liaquat Baloch said that the rulers are a serious threat to the ideological and geographical boundaries of the country.

He said that problems like gas and electricity loadshedding, price-hike and lawlessness made the live of people miserable.

‘The only way to get rid of these issues is to get rid of these rulers’, he said.

Amir JI Punjab Dr. Syed Waseem Akhtar and other leaders also spoke on this occasion.