Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman urged the government on Wednesday to resign and hand power back to the people.
Addressing a large rally in Kamoke where his Azadi March caravan arrived on Wednesday night, Fazl said that the present rulers had destroyed the economy of the country.
“The entire nation is on a single page,” said Fazl. “Join hands with me to send these rulers a clear message. When economies of nations are destroyed, their geographies are altered,” he added.
Fazl urged the masses to follow him if they wanted to ensure security in the country and make sure Pakistan’s future remains bright.
A session held at the Foreign Office today, pertaining to Maulana Fazlur Rahman’s protest, concluded under the headship of Secretary Interior Azam Suleman.
The session, attended by representatives of all Law Enforcement Agencies, took a closer look at Fazlur Rahman’s Azaadi March, participants of which were permitted to enter Islamabad through the assigned route.
Moreover, non-custom paid vehicles and those carrying weaponry would be barred from entering the federal capital.
As per the agreement, entry into Islamabad’s Red Zone is prohibited.
Last week, the government and opposition parties reached an agreement regarding the march.
Defence Minister Pervaiz Khattak led the government delegation. He said that the committee did not demand Prime Minister Imran’s resignation neither did it say that it would topple the government.
“We expect the JUI-F to protest within the limits set out in the constitution of Pakistan,” he said. “If they remain peaceful, we will not create any hurdles for them.”
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