Islamabad [Pakistan]10th July (ANI): Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-F (JUI-F) Chairman Maulana Fazlur Rehman commented on the recent meeting of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) top leadership and the Pakistan Awami League in Dubai Expressed dissatisfaction with the party (PPP), Dawn newspaper reported on Monday.
Rehman, who is also the head of the ruling coalition Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), told reporters that doubts had been raised within the coalition about a “scheduled” meeting between the two main government allies.
“PML-N is part of the PDM. If it’s not a scheduled meeting, how is that possible?” he wondered, asking, “Why didn’t the PDM keep the meeting with the PPP secret since it wasn’t part of the planned coalition?” “
“Those who desecrate our religion are [Islam]those who burn [copies of the] The Holy Quran is speaking out for Imran Khan.we had a fierce fight with him [Imran Khan] with us [also] opposed to the recognition of Israel”.
Maulana Fazl also said that the term of the National Assembly will end in a month and that interim institutions will be appointed ahead of the vote. The terms of the National Assembly and the Sindh and Balochistan provincial assemblies will expire on August 12, and elections will be held in October this year.
According to the Dawn newspaper, Fazir was apparently referring to PTI supporters, hoping that they “will not push the country towards destruction”.
Referring to the no-confidence motion that led to the ouster of former Prime Minister Imran Khan last year, the President of the Islamic Ulema Congress said his party was “opposed to a vote of no-confidence because it favored street protests to force out the then PTI government”, Dawn reported.
“However, the BJP, Muslim League and other opposition parties have indicated that a no-confidence resolution against Imran Khan is ready for submission,” he added.
Maulana Fazl also claimed that former spy chief and retired lieutenant general Faiz Hamid had offered him the positions of member and chairman of the Senate during a meeting with him, but he rejected the offer because it would A former general “wanted to bring about change within the system”. reported.
Asked about the trial of civilians by military courts, Fazl said the military itself was the plaintiff in the case.
“The military is the complainant against the May 9, 2010 facility attack and wants the suspects to go to trial. [military] court,” Dawn quoted Fazl as saying.
Referring to the attacks on the JUI-F leadership in Bajaur and other tribal areas, the party chairman said that 18 religious scholars in Bajaur had been targeted in the past 18 months and about Five active members, including representatives of the public, were targeted.
“Why Al Qaeda and Daesh [the militant Islamic State group] cannot be eliminated,” he questioned. The JUI-F said security issues belonged to the army, which only discussed such issues with the prime minister. (ANI)
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