Government allow Opposition Azadi March
Islamabad: The government has decided to allow the opposition to Azadi march. Leader of the Opposition Negotiations Committee Pervez Khattak confessed to the Prime Minister about his contacts with the opposition parties and said that he would try to make the opposition confident of the talks before October 27. It is hoped that Maulana Fazlur Rehman will listen to us.
He directed the committee of Prime Minister Imran Khan to hold a dialogue with the party once again. He acknowledges the right to protest while in the constitutional and legal jurisdiction. In Islamabad, there are court-related decisions, according to judicial decisions. Will be allowed to protest, no road will be allowed in accordance with judicial decisions. Imran Khan will not resign on opposition demand.
The protesters may be allowed to carry out the march as long as the ordinary life of residents isn’t always adversely affected. Defence Minister Pervez Khattak and Punjab Assembly Speaker Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, participants of the government negotiation committee, reached out to Akram Khan Durrani and Maulana Fazlur Rehman of the JUI-F, respectively, concerning their protest march.
The opposition parties, led by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) leader Maulana Fazlur Rahman, had already introduced that the march might be held in the capital on October 31. Apparent confusion nonetheless persists among opposition leaders over the protection of the Azadi March as the 2 main competition parties, including Pakistan Muslim League-N and Pakistan People’s Party, have most effective vaguely hinted about becoming a member of the JUI-F in its protest. The Azadi March will start across the country on October 27 and could attain Islamabad on October 31.