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Big opposition parties didn’t play role sufficient for toppling govt: JUI-F chief

Big opposition parties didn’t play role sufficient for toppling govt: JUI-F chief
July 2, 2020
MULTAN (92 News) – Maulana Fazlur Rehman, chief of his faction of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, has said that the big opposition parties have not played the role sufficient for toppling the government. Talking to the media at Madrassa Jamia Qasimul Aloom on Thursday, he said that it is understandable if the opposition talks about minus-one, but the government itself is uttering such words. “Children are becoming orphans in Kashmir, but we have sold out Kashmir,” he said. The JUI-F chief condemned the attack on Pakistan Stock Exchange. “The country is facing economic crisis. People have no trust in the government,” he said. He said that the government should be ashamed of the accountability being done in the country. “Imran Khan claims of sending thieves to jails, but thieves are present in his cabinet. He should arrest and send them to jail,” he added. Maulana Fazalur Rehman said that growth had gone minus first time in 50 years. “The foreign investment has reduced by 50 percent. The trickster government has presented a trickster budget,” he maintained. He demanded that the people involved in foreign funding case, BRT and billion-tree projects should be held accountable. “We fully supported the administration keeping in view the coronavirus pandemic. Now the government is pressurizing to reduce the share of the provinces in the NFC Award,” he said. About South Waziristan, the JUI-F chief said that the people there have pitted against each other after their merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Referring to educational activities in seminaries, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that people from rural areas cannot get online education. “We consider reforms in seminaries as our insult because seminaries themselves guide the people. Educational institutions have not accepted the uniform education system and how we can accept them,” he concluded.