Tonight With Moeed Pirzada: Siraj ul Haq Perspective on Government & Bangladesh Executions !!!

Dr Moeed pirzada talks about recent execution of Bangla desh Jamat Islami leader Motiurehman and explained to the viewers that these prosecutions were purely political and brought forward under a one sided war tribunal. Also it was violation of point 14 of tripartite agreement in 1974 between India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. According to which Pakistan and Bangladesh agreed to forget and forgive past and move forward. While talking to Dr Pirzada in the program Senator and Ameer Jamat Islami Pakistan Sirajul Haq  said on Bangla Desh Executions issue that these are brought forward purely on political basis to please India and four Jamat Islami Bangla desh leaders were prosecuted so far including the recent one Motiurehman Nizami. According to Sirajul haq Indian high commissioner in Bangla desh was in close coordination with bangla Desh government regarding death penalties. Sirjul Haq showed his concerns that Pakistan Government was not taking serious actions against the prosecutions. Sirajul Haq said that recent hangings are only carried out to please Indian Government as all the hanged people were pro Pakistan and Pakistan Army during war of 1971 as Bangla desh wasn’t created at that time. Sirajul Haq said that he had talked to Ambassadors in Pakistan, Government of Pakistan and important ministers to raise their voices on these prosecutions but Government didn’t show strong response to it. Government didn’t raise this issue at any international forum. Local Politics of Pakistan was also discussed in this segment. On the issue of deadlock on Panama scandal investigation Sirajul Haq explained in detail the proposed three point’s formula by Jamat Islami to settle this matter. First point was that Government and Opposition parties should initiate dialogue on Terms of Reference for the Judicial Commission on panama papers investigation. Another point was that both sides should join hands to make necessary legislation for the judicial inquiry, and third, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court should constitute a judicial commission for the inquiry as a national obligation in line with the national consensus and Supreme court should analyze Terms of References from all three sides including Opposition, Government and Bar council and formulate its own Terms of references.