ISLAMABAD (9 News) – JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that the current government was afraid of his Azadi March and his marchers had reduced the government’s mountain of ego to dust.
During his Azadi March speech on Sunday, the JUI-F chief mentioned that the war against government will continue and the opposition parties are in touch with us. He also said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was a ‘Qabza Group’ and the nation should also be opposed.
“Keep sitting on the chair but this nation doesn’t recognise you as its ruler,” Maulana Fazl asked the prime minister. “Islam has no concept of oppression,” he added. He also said that the opposition parties are holding discussions for the next course of action, adding that we will move forward after discussions between leaders.
The JUI-F chief said that it is mandatory to raise voice whether a Muslim or non-Muslim forcefully come into power, adding, “We have raised voices against a government which forcefully came into power.”
Plan B of Azadi March revealed
On the other hand, the details of Azadi March’s plan B have also been revealed. They decided to close the industrial highways including Indus Highway and Shahrah-e-Chaman border. It is likely to act on plan B and sit-in in coming days.
Earlier, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that they would not allow Prime Minister Imran Khan to occupy the country through rigging.
Addressing the participants of Azadi March on Friday, he said that the government does not want reconciliation, but a clash. “The country will continue to sink so long as the rulers are at the helm,” he said.
Maulana Fazlur Rehman announced to hold a Seerat conference with reference to Miladun Nabi (SAW) on Saturday.
He also announced to close key roads, motorways and Shahra-e-Resham to increase pressure on the government.
He said that the government had made the parliament controversial. “We are steadfast on our stance and peaceful. The government should change its accent if it wants reconciliation,” he said.
The JUI-F chief said that everyone knows that the rulers have sold out Kashmir. “China had invested US$70 billion in the form of China Pakistan Economic Corridor. Why has the Chinese investment been sunken?” he said.