Azadi March: Deadline set by JUI-F for PM’s resignation ends tonight
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Deadline, given by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-F (JUI-F) chief Fazlur Rehman to Prime Minister Imran Khan for resignation, will be ended tonight.
After deadline, the JUI-F will announce the next course of action for the Azadi marchers to proceed for increasing pressure on the government.
The opposition’s Rehbar Committee has recommended a plan to shift the protest venue to D-Chowk. Today’s meeting of the committee is expected to decide about shifting the demonstrators from Peshawar Moor to somewhere else.
Fazlur Rehman gave PM Khan two days to resign or else he said: “We will be forced to think of another strategy.” He also said they would not be able to exercise patience after two days.
Addressing the participants of the Azadi March on Saturday, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that the rulers are no longer in power and their writ has ended, claiming that the writ of the opposition has started.
He said that the government should not get undue benefit of their gentleness. “We will remain in the field till an end to the government,” he said.
The JUI-F chief said that today is the first day of the deadline and their movement is continuous effort. “It is not our destination to reach D Chowk.”
He that Pakistan had lost Kashmir due to the failed foreign policy of the government. “Imran Khan says he is the prime minister, but he should the language of the prime minister as well,” he said. He said the administration trying to cause mayhem.
About the flags of Taliban in the march, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that the US and Russia had given the protocol to the same Taliban on their soil. He said that his single meeting had achieved the objectives which could not be gained by anyone.
The JUI-F asked the rulers to quit as now they would take the country ahead.