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Maulana Fazlur Rehman Hints at Quit Parliamentary Politics

Maulana Fazlur Rehman, has hinted to quit the parliamentary politics.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman, head of Jamiat Ulema Islam (JUIF), has hinted to quit parliamentary politics and said that we have recommended to the General Council to quit parliamentary politics because our decisions are not made by the people but by someone else.

Talking to private TV, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that the PTI delegation has come many times before and has always respected them, we want an environment in which there will be negotiations and a solution to the problem.

He said that the atmosphere has been created by PTI people coming and talking, but there is no unity between the two parties, we are in our position and PTI people are in their position.

He said that PTI and JUI have been at odds for 12 years, there is no wall between the two parties and it is not an easy task to cross them, we have put our reservations in front of them in a good way.

Maulana Fazlur Rahman said that Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam has reservations about the elections across the country, we also have reservations about the results of PTI in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, if it comes to the solution of the problem, then we are political people, not political men. He refuses to negotiate and neither does he refuse to solve the problem.

He said that how to recognize such an election on which questions are raised, we will come out in the field within the framework of the constitution and law.

Current Election

He said that after 2018, the current election has also become controversial. In 2018, there was almost the same mandate.

At that time, PPP and Muslim League (N) were saying that it was rigged. Today, they are saying that the election has been done with the same mandate. .

He said that I also tell PTI members that you also have almost the same mandate.

Maulana Fazlur Rahman further said that we have recommended to our General Council to leave parliamentary politics and have started considering to leave parliamentary politics, why are we entering the elections, money and energy are also wasted, we are for nothing. All these act when our decisions are made by someone else and not the people.

He said that if not in the house, then the field will decide. We do not have to take up arms, but we have to carry forward our movement within the framework of the constitution and law and make this country an Islamic welfare state based on the movement. Is.

In response to a question, the head of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam said that we have demanded that the Chief Election Commissioner should resign, he should accept the responsibility, he did not have the authority to announce a single result and he should be the establishment’s leader. There were hostages in our hands, while we have rejected the Election Commission’s declaration of a transparent election.

Also read this: Voting Resumed at 6 Polling Stations of NA-143, KPK

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