Will not topple govt with help of any institution, says Fazl
Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has said that they will not topple the government with the help of any institution.
Addressing the media person in Bakkar on Friday, the JUI-F chief said the government completely failed to deliver, adding that the government was usurping common people’s rights.
Fazl said that all options were open for the campaign against the government. He said the PDM was going back to the masses. He said they were going to hold power shows in Swat and Karachi on July 4 and 29 respectively. He said the people from all walks of life were anxious about the current situation in the country.
He said the incumbent rulers were incapable who could not bear the pressure of foreign powers. He said the establishment was breaking the national institutions, adding that the religious seminaries’ organizations were being destroyed while new organizations were given more incentives.
He said they would give a serious reaction on the issue. He said they were going to hold a convention of seminaries in Lahore on June 20.
The PDM chief said the government would fall apart when the establishment came to its limits. He said they want the establishment to be impartial which was not at the time. He said Pervez Musharraf’s policies were still intact and the 2001 agreement’s reference was being quoted. He said they would not let the country be a colony of the US in any way.