ISLAMABAD â€“June 22, 2007. Pakistan Human Rights Party & World Minority Alliance announced here on Friday to launch a massive movement for the deprived and homeless people if Government does not allot plots to homeless citizens in a convention for homeless and oppressed communities.
"Government officials enjoying luxuries of life at the cost of public exchequer and helpless poor find no door to knock", said J salik, Organizer PHRP in his fiery speech further saying, "Government is filling the filled bowls as the government has allotted two plots for grade 22 public servants for which I have submitted an application to the apex court on Feb 20".
Former Federal Minister and a veteran politician while speaking a huge gathering at 'Convention for homeless and oppressed communities of Pakistan' flayed the privileged class and said that Pakistan was not created for them to live in.
J salik who had tied himself in the barbed wires and wearing opaque goggles warned government that if the demands of the neglected stratums of society were not listened or met they would be compelled to take the roads.
He regretted the fact that against labor laws laours are being exploited at the name of 'Daily Wages'. In the convention which was attended by both Christian & Muslim helpless and homeless people many demands were placed before government to immediately accept them.
In the aforementioned demands some notable ones are these. To start development works in G-8/1 on early basis, to supply sui gas to the residents of F-7/4, to regulate 'Kuchi Abadies' of Allama Iqbal Colony, Musharraf Colony and Muskeen Colony, to allot plots for homeless people etc.
Attendants chanted loud slogans as "ghareeb ki aah kon sunai ga, who will listen the sigh of poor", j salik gharibon ka masiha, j salik the benefactor of poor", etc.
" The trinity I am holding in my arms is a symbol of miseries of poor, the opaque spectacles represent the blindness of authorities towards the problems of voiceless masses of the country and the barred wires are those wires which are scratching the lives of oppressed every day and night", said J Salik in a mourning voice.