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PDM Quetta Jalsa: These rulers were fake, will remain fake: Maulana Fazl


Muhammad UsmanMultimedia Journalist

25th Oct, 2020. 06:39 pm
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The JUI-F leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman has addressed the PDM Quetta Jalsa today and expressed his condolences over the blasphemy incident that happened in France.

“France and Denmark have committed a major crime. We send a message to France and Denmark that we condemn the insulting sketches.”

He went on to warn the countries by saying,

“Stop such unholy actions immediately. When such unholy actions occur, remember that there will be a reaction.”

The JUI-F leader also condemned the arrest of Captain Safdar in Karachi after the PDM jalsa there.

“I call the incident with Maryam and Safdar a moral bankruptcy. A guest was arrested at the airport, we also condemn it.”

He went on to say that,

“It is said that slogans were chanted on Mazar-e-Quaid and called it a crime.”

“When filming was done in a mosque in Lahore, did you not see the sanctity?” asked Fazlur Rehman.

While criticizing the present government of Imran Khan, the JUI-F chairman said that Imran Khan and President Alvi should resign if they can not handle the country’s situation.

“These rulers were fake, will remain fake,” said Fazl.

He went on to talk about the rights of Balochistan’s people and expressed,

“No one should think that they will try to usurp the rights of small provinces.” He added,

“The way Balochistan supported the Azaadi march is a debt to me.”

Maulana Fazlur Rehman also highlighted the growing inflation rate in Pakistan and said,

“Today Pakistan’s economy has been destroyed by the government. We have also said at the time that the country should not be handed over to them anymore, more economy would be destroyed.”

He continued to say,

“Pakistan is now economically poor.”

The Pakistan Democratic Movement Quetta Jalsa is staged at Ayub Stadium in Quetta today, to put pressure on Imran Khan’s government.

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