JUI-F to continue Azadi march until PM resigns: JUI-F chief

JUI-F to initiate Azadi March's plan-B from today
ISLAMABAD: The Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-F (JUI-F) chief Fazlul Rehman has announced to continue the march until Prime Minister Imran Khan resigns.
Addressing a massive rally, Fazlul Rehman said that only people of Pakistan had the right to govern the country.
The JUI-F chief said that the government failed to meet revenue targets despite presenting three budgets in a year.
He said, “We are not ready to give these incompetent rulers another day to survive. If this government survives to present the next budget, then the country won’t stand on its foot.”

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He further stated that Imran Khan lied regarding providing 10000 jobs to amass votes.
Taking a jibe on the ongoing accountability drive, he made it overtly clear that he would not allow a continuation of biased accountability in the country.
In addition, the JUI-F chief rejected the offer made by the prime minister. Imran Khan offered to help the participants who were facing difficulties owing to rain in Islamabad.
A senior leader of JUI-F, Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haidari said that the prime minister should keep his co-operation away from participants of Azadi March as the protesters know how to manage the problems.

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Ghafoor Haidari claimed that the 2018 elections were fake and it was pretended to be holding the fair mandate.
He added, “Imran Khan has been imposed on the nation through fake elections. The unanimous decision of opposition parties is that history never saw such a rigging as in Election 2018.”

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