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Imran, Zardari call each other thieves, then unite: Fazl

By Monitoring Desk
March 19, 2018

KOT ADDU: Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman said Sunday that those calling each other thieves during the senate elections later united, report TV channels.

While addressing Nizam-e-Mustafa Conference in Kot Addu, Fazlur Rehman, he said one is called the flag-bearer of accountability and the other is called father of corruption. They danced like a monkey and then united, Fazlur Rehman said, adding that Zardari says he trapped Imran who in turn makes a similar claim. He asked which were those hidden forces that question “our rights to govern”?

He said former president Gen (R) Pervez Musharraf pushed the country into the ravine of terrorism. He said a war in the name of fight against terrorism was waged to destroy Islam. This war weakened the country, he added. The country suffered the consequences of Musharraf’s unwise decisions. He said the country needed learn from a lesson from the ongoing warlike situation in the world. He said Pakistan would have been the hub of world’s economy but the country was reduced to the level of a beggar.

Fazlur Rehman said that they (JUI-F) were doing the politics of parliament and the constitution. He said it was alleged that they (JUI-F) wanted to impose their faith on nation, asking how 12 people could do that. He declared that feudal lords and bigwigs would not be able to harm masses in presence of the JUI-F.

He said that Western culture was being imposed on Pakistan. There were “fully baked” agents He said the NGOs wanted to amend blasphemy laws. The JUI-F leader said that US wanted to smash the Islamic world. He said Pakistan is on the hit-list of US. He said the JUI-F was not part of efforts to divide the nation and Ummah.