Youth APC calls for resignation of the Abbasi government
An APC consisting of the senior leaders of youth wings of 18 leading political
parties of the country demanded of the Abbasi government to go home for its role
in protecting the corrupt and change in the text of declaration form regarding finality
of the prophethood. Cases should be registered against the ministers who are criticizing
judiciary and army for their vested political interests. All the family members
who are involved in the Panama papers case should be placed on ECL and those found
to be responsible for change in the text of declaration form should be meted out
strict punishment. Action should be taken against the members of parliament that
have their relationship with the proscribed organizations.
These resolutions were passed in the APC held under the banner of PAT the other
day. Another resolution demanded the release of Justice Najfi Commission report
and dispensation of justice to the family members of the martyrs. Those who attended
the Youth APC included ISF, Muslim Students Federation-Q, Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba,
Anjuman Talaba-e-Islam, Imamia Students Federation, Wahdat Youth, Peoples Youth
Organization, State Youth Parliament and MQM Youth Wings.
Mazhar Mahmood Alvi, President of PAT-Youth Wing, welcomed the delegates and
leaders of different youth organizations on their arrival at the central secretariat.
He mooted the suggestion of forming National Youth Alliance to fashioning collective
viewpoint on the national issues, which was duly approved.
PAT Secretary General Khurram Nawaz Gandapur attended the concluding session
on a special invitation. Addressing the audience, he underlined the need of unity
among the youth of Pakistan. He said that in order to rid Pakistan of corruption,
terrorism and other challenges, it is high time that our youth identified their
role and forged unity in their ranks.
The Youth APC strongly condemned the amendment in the law to pave the way for
making an ousted prime minister the head of his party, stating that this act has
humiliated and insulted the democracy and parliament.