- Fazl says PDM workers and leaders will stay in Islamabad for three days.
- Says opposition is “staying in its limits” so govt should also not cross its limits.
- Says MQM-P made no demand for a ministry but wanted a settlement with PPP on LG bill, which was accepted.
ISLAMABAD: JUI-F President Maulana Fazlur Rehman has warned the government against posing any threat to the opposition parties, saying that they will give a befitting response.
“We are not wearing bangles,” Fazl said on Saturday while announcing that the participants of his party’s long march would stay in the federal capital for two to three days after reaching there on Saturday, The News reported.
He said that as the opposition is “staying in its limits” and the government should also not cross its limits.
The JUI-F president, who is also the chief of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), said that it was the alliance’s decision to hold talks with all the allies of the government.
Fazl said the PML-Q was in talks with the PML-N to settle matters between them.
He claimed that all matters with the government’s allied parties had been settled. Fazl said that MQM-P had made no demand for a ministry but wanted a settlement with the PPP on the local government’s bill.
He said that the demand has been accepted.
Fazl further stated that everything had gone out of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s hands now and he was making last-ditch attempts to save his government, but it was useless now. He said all other matters would be discussed after the decision on no-confidence motion in the National Assembly.
He said in the 2018 elections, people’s mandate was stolen through the rigging, that was why the opposition wanted fresh elections now.