JUI-F chief resolves again to overthrow PTI-led government
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) chief Moulana Fazl-ur-Rehman Tuesday reiterated his stance to overthrow the government at all cost.
Addressing a press conference, Fazl said Pakistan was fighting for its survival as state and there was no good-governance in the country.
The JUI-F Chief, who has been summoned by NAB next week, denied he had received any such notice and said such tactics could not suppress their voices.
Fazl said they wanted a legal and elected government in Islamabad. He said Pakistan’s foreign policy has been a total failure and Pakistan has become isolated in the region as well as in the world.
He alleged that such steps are being taken to dissolve the national narrative on Kashmir issue and Kashmiris are being sent into the abyss of the disappointment.
Fazl said opposition was united on the revival of real democracy in the government and the APC was the last ray of hope for the country.
He said the consultations were underway over the opposition parties resignation from the assemblies and the JUI-F would not budge from its principal stand.
He said he did not receive any NAB notice and it has only been being propagated through media.
He also urged media to stand with the democracy in the country.
He also warned the rulers against the constitutional status change of Gilgit-Baltistan and said Pakistan should not repeat the same mistake that has been made by India in Kashmir.