Nawaz, Fazl mull spurring anti-govt campaign

PML-N Quaid assures full support to JUI chief in telephonic contact: Both leaders discuss fast-changing political scenario 

By: News Desk
Published: 11:10 AM, 25 Jan, 2022
Nawaz, Fazl mull spurring anti-govt campaign
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In a telephonic conversation, PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif and PDM Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman have agreed to spur the anti-government movement, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Tuesday. 

Sources informed that Nawaz Sharif and Maulana Fazl made a telephonic contact. Both the leaders exchanged their views on national affairs, agreeing to give impetus to the anti-government campaign

The PML-N supremo assured the Maulana that his party was standing beside the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) whatever decision his party would take. 

Sources said that both the leaders held a long and detailed discussion on the fast-changing political scenario in the country. 

They deliberated on all options including long march and in-house change to rid the nation of the PTI regime. The former prime minister promised his party’s all-out cooperation to make the remove-government movement a success.

The Maulana also took Mian Nawaz Sharif into confidence on decisions taken by the PDM steering committee which was held under the chair of Shahid Khaqan Abbasi recently.

The PDM will hold its meeting to be presided over by its head Maulana Fazl later today to deliberate on the preparations for the March 23 long march. It will also consider the opposition’s anti-government campaign inside and outside the parliament and its political strategy. 

The conclave will also hold consultation on the PPP’s long march planned for February.

Last week, Maulana Fazl also held a telephonic contact with PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari and discussed affairs of mutual interests. They also chatted about the rapidly changing political situation of the country and resolved to hold a meeting for having a mutual consultation.  

Reporter Sajid Baloch