Will have to wage jihad against corruption, says CJP Saqib Nisar
MULTAN (92 News) – Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar has said that they will have to wage jihad against corruption.
Addressing the Multan District Bar Association on Saturday, he said that only corruption has ruled the country so far.
“There is no future of the young generation until elimination of corruption,” he said.
He said that educational institutions have been burnt in Gilgit-Baltistan when he talked about the dams. “The provision of basic rights is the right of citizens,” he maintained.
The CJP said that he had not obliged anyone by establishing the dams’ fund.
He said that the tanker mafia epidemic has reached Islamabad from Karachi.
“We have not outright rejected the Kalabagh Dam. We will construct the KBD if the provinces agreed,” he said.