ISLAMABAD: JUI-F Chief delivered a strong message to the ruling govt, saying: “Your reign over Pakistan has come to an end… Now its time we peacefully run this country.”
Rehman said that his party was functioning as per the earlier agreement with the Islamabad administration, however, the government took certain steps which annulled the pact.
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Fazl ur Rehman said that his party ‘will run the country in a peaceful manner’.
JUI-F chief began addressing the participants of the Azadi march, saying that women are as much part of the march as men and no one has pushed them aside.
“Women are part of this Azadi march, sitting at home and praying for our success,” he said, adding that from the overall situation it can be assume how much hatred prevails against the current government.
Background of the Azadi March:
Thousands of JUI-F activists and supporters have converged on the federal capital under the banner of the Azadi March, planning to send packing Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The ‘Azadi’ March caravan, which set off from Sindh, left Punjab’s city Lahore on Wednesday and reached its venue Thursday night in Islamabad.
Opposition party heads delivered strong speeches against the incumbent government on Friday, giving the prime minister a 48-hour deadline to resign.
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JUI-F chief gave PM Imran Khan two days ultimatum to step down, failing which the protesters may march on to the PM House, and ‘arrest’ him.
The government cited on Saturday that they would approach the courts over JUI-F chief’s statement, accusing him of “inciting the people” and rallying them for ‘revolt’.
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