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Maulana Fazl calls APC to mull ‘anti-govt strategy’

Maulana Fazl calls APC to mull ‘anti-govt strategy’
November 25, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman called an all parties conference (APC) on Tuesday to mull anti-government campaign by the opposition. The conference will be hosted by Maualna Fazlur Rehman in Islamabad on November 26 (Tuesday). According to sources, nine parties have so far been invited to decide a strategy against the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). According to the sources, the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) agreed to participate in the APC. Opposition Leader in National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif constituted the delegation for attending the opposition’s APC. Raja Zafarul Haq, Ahsan Iqbal, Ayaz Sadiq and Amir Muqam will attend the meeting. JUI-F chief Fazlur Rehman telephoned PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari and PML-N’s Ahsan Iqbal to discuss the opposition’s anti-government strategy. Fazlur Rehman summoned all parties’ conference (APC) of the opposition parties on November 26 aimed at discussing next course of action against the incumbent government. The decision to call the APC was taken by the Rehbar Committee, a conglomerate of nine opposition parties, the sources said, adding that the JUI-F chief will also invite parties other than PPP and PML-N to attend the huddle. Fazl has invited several influential politicians including Ahsan Iqbal and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to attend the meeting. The opposition parties will formulate new strategy by opposition’s Rehbar Committee to reorganise political campaign for pressurising the government. The JUI-F, earlier this month, wrapped up his 13-day-long sit-in dubbed as ‘Azadi March’ in Islamabad and announced to block the major thoroughfares across the country as part of his party ‘Plan-B.’ Later, road blockades and sit-ins in various parts of the country were called off, saying the blockades were causing “inconvenience to the public”.