PML-N, JUI-F agree to convene APC to unite opposition parties for Azadi March
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – A PML-N delegation led by Ahsan Iqbal met JUI-F chief Maulana Fazalur Rahman to discuss the Azadi March on Wednesday.
The PML-N delegation comprised of Ayaz Sadiq, Ameer Muqam and other leaders. They discussed the strategy about Azadi March. They agreed to convene an all parties conference (APC) to unite the opposition parties.
Talking to the media after the meeting, Ahsan Iqbal said that the government has become a threat for the country. “Its reason is an incompetent prime minister. The country needs a change and the removal of Imran Khan,” he said.
The PML-N leader said that the entire leadership of his party has been jailed. “The answer to all questions by the government is – we will not give the NRO,” he said.
He thanked the JUI-F for supporting the PML-N.
JUI-F chief Maulana Fazalur Rahman said that the country is sinking internally. “The economy is destroying. A common man is disappointed due to price-hike. The youth is looking the future dark.”
He said that the traders are also disappointed and the money is being transferred abroad. “Imran Khan has used the religion card against our Azadi March. The Hijab order was suspended in Khyber pakhtunkhwa,” he said.
The JUI-F said that only speech is not enough. “Shallow slogans are unacceptable for the nation. Kashmir has been sold out and it was done under a plan,” he maintained.
He said that two neighboring countries do not indulge in a nuclear war. “The incompetent prime minister made our nuclear assets insecure by hurling the threat of a nuclear war,” he said. “The rulers do not know how to do diplomacy which has been a failure so far,” he said.
Maulana Fazalur Rahman said that the election of July 25 is unjustified. “The opposition parties will represent the people and advance in consultation with each other,” he declared.
He said that there are ups and downs in politics. “You will see all of us in the ground on the decisive day.”
The JUI-F chief said that the PTI deteriorated the situation by staging the sit-in when China was investing in Pakistan. “We were supporting the PML-N as the economy was growing and the overall situation was better,” he said.
He said that the government formed due to rigging will have to go.