Pakistan Muslim League (N) Supremo Nawaz Sharif on Thursday telephoned Maulana Fazlur Rehman, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) Chief; to discuss the future strategies to oust the government of Imran Khan.
During the phone call, the two leaders discussed the political situation in the country and the opposition’s movement against the government.
There was also consultation on carrying out a successful long march against the PTI government. Nawaz Sharif assured all possible cooperation of PML-N to make the long march successful.
The two leaders also discussed the leaked video scandal about the horse trading of PTI lawmakers in Senate Elections 2018.
Both leaders agreed to participate in the upcoming Senate elections via comprehensive strategy.
PTI is being abandoned by their own people because of the government’s anti-labor policies.
It should be noted that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) had earlier announced long march towards Islamabad on March 26.
The PDM chief said that the movement rejects the open ballot method of Senate polls and the constitutional amendment to bring it about.
“The Opposition believes in the overall package of election reforms,” he said.
Fazlur Rehman remarked that, “It seems as if PTI does not believe in its members and the PTI leadership wishes to make such unsavory people senators that their own members are not willing to vote for them.”
Moreover he said that that PDM had decided that electricity, gas and petroleum costs have skyrocketed and made the lives of people difficult.