It’s time for Pakistani Trump to go, says Fazl

Says illegitimate government biggest coronavirus

By: News Desk
Published: 05:37 PM, 21 Nov, 2020
It’s time for Pakistani Trump to go, says Fazl
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JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Saturday said that the biggest coronavirus was the incumbent illegitimate government and the nation would become healthy again after their removal, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

The American Trump has gone and it is the time for Pakistan’s Trump to go, Fazl remarked at a press conference held in Peshawar, adding that only the Indian Trump would be left.

Describing it as a deviation from their responsibilities, Fazl said the institutions were backing the current rulers when the country had been sliding down.

He cited the example of the Soviet Union’s downfall and said an enemy attacking the borders wasn’t the only threat a state could face as the economic crisis too result in disintegration.

Fazl, who is also the PDM (Pakistan Democratic Movement) chief, said the illegitimate government made every effort to sabotage the rally scheduled for tomorrow (November 22-Sunday) in Peshawar by taking refuge in coronavirus.

He vowed to give the stolen votes back to the people and said the PTI came into power through vote theft, mocking the government for accusing others of being thieves.  

With citizens pushing the BRT buses, the people of Peshawar were the main witness to the government’s incompetence, he said while blasting the rulers over their performance.

The JUI-F chief said his party would hold a rally in Larkana on November 26 before the next PDM public meeting in Multan which has been planned for November 29. 

Future line of action regarding the ongoing anti-government would be announced soon, Fazl told reporters, adding that they would give the rulers a hard time.

On the occasion, former MNA Maulana Shah Abdul Aziz – who was previously associated with JUI-S – and several others personalities announced their decision to join the JUI-F. Aziz, who served as JUI-S deputy general secretary, was elected to the National Assembly from Karak.

In his comments, the JUI-F chief said the latest addition to his party came at a time when the movement against the unlawful government was in full swing.