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Maulana Fazalur Rehman says India pleased by case against AJK PM, not PDM

Maulana Fazalur Rehman says India pleased by case against AJK PM, not PDM
October 25, 2020

QUETTA (92 News) – JUI-F chief Maulana Fazalur Rehman said that India is pleased by a case against AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider, not the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM).

Addressing a public meeting on Sunday, he said that the present rulers have sold out Kashmir and destroyed economy. "China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has been shelved due to these incompetent rulers," he added.

He maintained that the opposition is not in need of the NRO, but Imran Khan will need it. "We will expedite the movement against the fake rulers. The PDM respects the institutions," he added.

Condemning the arrest of PML-N leader Safdar. "JUI-F had played its part in protecting the 18th Amendment and, by holding 'all parties conferences' in all provinces, had succeeded in creating a consensus." 

Maulana Fazlur Rehman assured that his party would not allow anyone to curb the rights of any province.

Referring to Supreme Court's verdict in a case pertaining to the presidential references against Justice Isa, Rehman said that the government should resign as it has lost its "moral authority".

The JUI-F chief also said that in the contemporary world, a country's survival depended on its economy, not defence — though that was integral as well.

He also termed the government as a 'seller of Kashmir', saying that the rulers had quietly accepted the Indian government's move of abrogating the special status of the occupied territory.

Imran Khan confused after PDM rallies

Former prime minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, during his brief address, declared that the government, which had been 'selected has now been rejected by the masses'. He said that Imran Khan has been confused after the rally of PDM.

"If the PDM's rallies have no impact on government, then why are Imran Khan's legs trembling? In two years, the veil has been exposed. Earlier they were selected, today they are rejected," he maintained.

Balochistan National Party President Sardar Akhtar Mengal said that while the province had always held up democratic ideals, it had gotten little in return.

He vowed that the Baloch people would never abandon the country and defend its borders just like the nation had not given up its struggle for rights and democracy.

Mengal regretted that while CPEC projects had led to development in other parts of the country, residents of Gwadar still don't have access to drinking water.

Former Balochistan chief minister and National Party leader Abdul Malik Baloch lamented the discrimination against Balochistan province and its residents and said that the government was trying to "make Sindh and Balochistan's islands a part of federal territory" by passing an ordinance.

Qaumi Watan Party Chairperson Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao blasted the PTI-led government over their inefficiency the damage they have caused the country.

"They [government] are afraid of opposition's rallies. After Gujranwala jalsa, they registered cases of treason against PML-N leaders. They got so scared in Karachi that the Centre attacked a province and kidnapped its IGP for signatures," he alleged.