Maulana FazlurRahman (File photo)
(Leader of Jamiathe Ulamae Islam-Fazl (JUI-F)) Quetta:
Campaigns to remove Imran government from power in Pakistan Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the leader of the Jameyte Ulameye Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), has said that the month of December is going to be the last month of the Imran government. Maulana Fazal claimed this during a media interaction in Quetta, the capital of Pakistan's province of Balochistan. He said that we will have to get rid of the 'mafia' that is ruling the country. The rulers should leave power and spend days in Europe. Maulana termed his party's independence march in November to remove the Imran government from power, as historic. He said that his party will continue its performance across the country.
Maulana also claimed that the Panama Papers were a case of international pressure which was used against the political leadership. It is worth mentioning that the Panama Papers had revealed the illegal holding of money abroad by the leaders and other personalities of many countries. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also came to Pakistan in its grip.
Fazlur Rahman in the country The demand for re-election was reiterated and said that if the government does not accept his demand, then it will have to face its serious consequences. He said that the country's economy is in a bad state, unemployment is increasing, people have lost the ability to spend. The only solution to the problem lies in holding fresh elections in the country.