JI Amir Sirajul Haq, who is also leading the train march, while speaking to reporters at Lahore railway station said that the struggle against corruption will continue till its complete eradication.

The participants of the march may go towards the capital, the JI chief said.

Siraj said that the Panama Papers have named corrupt people and the JI wants accountability from them.

The JI chief said that the current situation has made Pakistan’s borders and domestic condition vulnerable.

“The policies of the current government are a continuation of its predecessors’ and this is the reason that the cancer of corruption has become widespread, nothing gets done without bribery,” said Siraj.

The participants of the train march will leave for Karachi from Rohri on Friday.

A number of party workers, National Labor Federation (NLF), and Railway Employees (PREM) Union members were present at the time of the train march’s departure.

The participants of the march will leave for the final destination Karachi after staying overnight at Rohri.

The JI began its three-day long ‘corruption free’ train march from the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa capital on Wednesday. JI Chief Haq has been leading the train march from Peshawar to Karachi.