Conspiracies against armed forces, spy agencies to weaken country: Malik Sohail
Cases against Chiefs of ISI, MI strengthening anti-Pakistan elements: Trading Community
ISI most important department in country; blocking efforts of enemies to tear Pakistan apart
Islamabad: Sept 18
The business community of Capital city on Tuesday said national unity and institutional harmony is need of the hour which will guarantee peace and prosperity.
The situation has deteriorated to an extent that country can dismember without an aggression which is part of a foreign agenda, they warned.
Politicians seems unconcerned with situation, masses are not united rather divided while institutions fighting for our survival are facing worst onslaught from certain quarters, said trade leader Malik Sohail.
Speaking to business community at Blue Area, he said that those unnecessarily targeting armed forces, FC, MI and ISI by spreading false perceptions and mistrust are committing serious crime.
These institutions deserve our encouragement on all forums so that they can continue to focus on our national security, he said.
Malik Sohail who is Chairman Media FPCCI, Special Adviser to IWCCI and VP National Traders Alliance said that our existence is tied to the existence of the country which has been surrounded by internal and external enemies.
He regretted that Pakistan is the only country where security institutions are being defamed, criticised, politicised, discouraged and cases are being registered against the chiefs of ISI and MI which is a conspiracy of enemies to dismember Pakistan.
Others who spoke on the occasion included Chairman Coordination FPCCI Atif Akram Sheikh, Syed Nadeem Mansoor, Amin Pirzada, Liaquat Ali Noon, Yusuf Rajpoot, Haji Muhammad Naieem, Imran ul Haq, Shakil Aziz and Raja Hassan Akhtar.
They said that wow can ISI and MI discharge sacred duty to defending homeland when their chiefs are being kept busy by registering FIRs against them and dragged in courts on concocted charges.
Various elements have opened flood gates of criticism against security establishment which will benefit enemies who don’t want Pakistan on world’s map, they said adding that country has been weakened as compare to 1971.
Hostile international media has unleashed its most venomous war against Pakistan and its nuclear and missile programme, the business leaders said.
Some elements in local media including immature analysts have started painting terrorists as heroes while going crazy in arousing inflammatory sentiments against Army and ISI with compromised decency, they regretted.
We were already concerned with the state of economy and closure of business, now worries about future of the country has left us bewildered, they said.