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We are going to shut down the roads after we attain Islamabad: Fazlur Rehman

We will shut down the roads when we reach Islamabad: Fazlur Rehman
Prime Minister Imran Khan won’t get an opportunity to flee when the Pakistan Democratic Motion (PDM) reaches Islamabad, the Opposition alliance’s chief, Maulana Fazlur Rehman mentioned Saturday.

“We are going to shut down the roads after we attain Islamabad, not the federal government,” Fazl mentioned, addressing a rally in Peshawar alongside different PDM leaders, with out specifying when the alliance would march in direction of the capital.

The Peshawar rally was part of a collection of protests by PDM, which included demonstrations in Karachi and Quetta earlier this month. The Opposition alliance will now head in direction of Lahore after which Islamabad — however the dates are but to be introduced.

“We are going to hold preventing until the federal government drowns within the sea,” the PDM chief mentioned, including that the present setup had “broken the nation’s Islamic id”.

He claimed that that the Opposition, forward of a joint sitting of the parliament, “obtained threatening cellphone calls demanding that votes for the passage of payments be given in favour of the federal government”.

Fazl mentioned the Opposition alliance has not demanded native physique elections, moderately it desires to carry basic elections instantly — that are initially scheduled to happen in 2023.

The PDM chief, referring to the 2018 basic elections, mentioned the “stolen” votes of the folks ought to be returned to them, alleging that the federal government has “made preparations to rig the subsequent elections as soon as extra”.

The Opposition has been persistent that the federal government “shaped the premise for rigging” within the subsequent elections when it bulldozed 33 payments in Wednesday’s joint Parliament sitting, together with essential payments associated to the usage of digital voting machines (EVMs) and granting voting rights to abroad Pakistanis.

The joint Opposition has warned that it’ll transfer the Supreme Court docket towards the laws within the Parliament, with the federal government asking it to sit down on the negotiation desk as an alternative.