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|JUI-F gives up bid to form govt in KP|
|[Dawn] (JUI-F) has given up efforts to form coalition government in and nominated former chief minister Akram Khan Durrani its parliamentary leader in the provincial assembly.|
Addressing a joint here on Wednesday, JUI-F provincial chief Maulana Amanullah and senior vice-president Attaur Rehman, said that MPA-elect Maulana Lutfur Rehman, younger brother of , would be the party's deputy parliamentary leader.
These decisions were announced after a meeting of the provincial executive council, which was presided over by Maulana Amanullah. They said that parliamentary party meeting would be held in on May 29. Both MNAs and MPAs-elect would attend the meeting and the party would chalk out its future line of action.
The JUI-F, which won 13 seats in the provincial assembly, was trying to form coalition government in the province comprising Pakistain League-Nawaz, Quami Watan Party, and independents.
|Fazl rejects PTI mandate in KP|
|[BETA.DAWN] The (Fazl) has accused Pakistain of poll rigging in Mardan, Kohat, and Fata and demanded re-election in the areas.|
Addressing a here on Tuesday, JUI-F chief warned of protests across if his demand was not accepted.
He said his party did not accept the PTI's victory in Mardan, Kohat, Peshawar and Fata obtained through massive rigging.
He alleged that results had been changed in the areas and asked the Election Commission of Pakistain (ECP) to take notice of irregularities and order re-election.
Raising doubts over the credibility of elections held across the country, he said the ECP's failure to stop rigging had made the entire exercise controversial.
People, he said, had expected that the commission would conduct free, fair and impartial polls but they were disappointed.
Replying to a question, he said the JUI-F was in touch with the PML-N, Qaumi Watan Party, and independents to explore the possibility of forming a coalition government in KP.
|Nawaz makes peace with "bedridden" Imran|
|[Dawn] Pakistain League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief and prime minister-in-waiting, on Tuesday evening met his political foe at the hospital to soften up pre-election bitterness.|
Sharif presented a flower bouquet to Pakistain (PTI) chief at Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital in Lahore.
The cricket legend-turned politician had sustained injuries on his head and back when he fell off the lifter during a public rally in Lahore last week.
Speaking to media representatives after the meeting, Nawaz Sharif said the meeting took place in "good environment."
"Hopefully he will resume his work soon. Thanks to God he is safe and well, and I'm happy he is recovering," he said.
"We both emphasized on forgetting all bitterness that existed among our ranks......I congratulated Mr Khan on bagging many seats in the elections," said the PML-N chief.
There should be a friendly cricket match between us now, said the joyful Nawaz. He said that he will meet the PTI chief again once he recovers fully from his injuries.
"We all want progress and prosperity of Pakistain."
On a query regarding JUI-F chief 's reservations on poll results, he said, "We respect mandate of all political parties and they should do the same."
Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz had issued sympathetic statements to their competitor in Punjab immediately following the incident. They prayed for swift recovery of Khan.
The PML-N chief, in rare goodwill gesture, had also asked his party workers to immediately halt the media advertisements against Imran Khan. Sharif's party had suspended its electioneering for a day as well.
Despite bagging enough national and Punjab seats to form governments on his own, the PML-N chief had announced to accommodate all political forces including PTI and MQM for the larger interest of the country.
|PML-N, JUI-F bid to edge out PTI in KP power game|
|[Dawn] -Fazl and Pakistain League-Nawaz have set the power game in motion as their leaders agreed here on Sunday to discuss formulation of a coalition government in |
"Rehmat Salam (PML-N's provincial general secretary) phoned me today and asked that we (leaders of the two sides) should sit together to discuss the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government formulation," Abdul Jalil Jan, secretary information of JUI-F, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, told Dawn on Sunday.
He said the matter also came under discussion between JUI-F chief and PML-N head Mian
Mr Jalil Jan said his party chief phoned Mr Sharif to congratulate him over PML-N's victory in the May 11 election and during the course of their telephonic conversation the two leaders agreed to look into the possibilities of forming a coalition government in the province.
JUI-F emerged as the second largest party in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Assembly after its 13 candidates returned successful in the Saturday's election. PML-N has surfaced as the third largest single party in the provincial legislature elect with a tally of 12 members of the provincial assembly elect.
"We (JUI-F) will form the next Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government with the help of PML-N as we (his party) already have an understanding with Qaumi Watan Party (headed by former federal interior minister Aftab Ahmed Sherpao) in this regard," said Mr Jalil Jan.
His party, added the JUI-F leader, had developed a commitment with QWP at the time of negotiating the deal to form an electoral alliance for the May 11 elections.
|JI likely to enter alliance with PTI in KP and NA|
|[Dawn] The (JI) is to enter an alliance with the Pakistain in , a senior party leader told Dawn.com.|
The party's Majlis-e-Amla is going to have a meeting later in the evening today with members of the PTI which includes newly won candidate from NA-5 Pervaiz Khattak and PTI's Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa president Asad Qaiser.
There are reports that was in contact with both JI and Pakistain League-Nawaz (PML-N) leaders to form a government in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, following staunch rivalry against
But JI sources said that it is most likely to be part of PTI formed government. "JI has nothing against Maulana Fazlur Rehman but it would be unfair on PTI if they are not allowed to form a government after winning majority of the seats in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa."
PML-N Punjab President Shahbaz Sharif has also said that his party supports the formation of a PTI government in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
But JI is equally going to be helping itself more than PTI by forming a coalition.
"We weren't part of the previous elections in 2008, and the best way to come back in politics is to be either actively involved as opposition or be part of the government. JI leaders feel that by joining hands with PTI in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, it will revive its chances of doing better in the next elections." the JI source added.
JI won seven provincial seats in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and three NA seats.
"We are not in a bargaining position with the PTI for the KPK government because our numbers of seats are few, but PTI realises that it does need JI to deal with the Taliban in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. PTI will also need the more experienced JI leaders in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa who are aware of the matters of the province and can help Imran with the governance there." According to the JI source.
JI leaders are disappointed with election outcome by not being able to bag as many seats as they would have wanted to have a stronger influence in the ongoing politics, and they partially blame the PTI for it. "If PTI had collaborated with JI before the elections, PML-N wouldn't have won with a huge margin in Punjab. It was a loss for both PTI and JI" the source said. "PML-N too knows that if JI and PTI were together the Sharif's would have never crossed hundred seats in the national assembly" He added.
The source also suggests that JI will support PTI to form an opposition party against PML-N, since PTI still hasn't got enough seats to form the leading opposition party in the national assembly. "We will monitor PML-N's policies regarding the United States and India, but most likely we are going to be part of the opposition in the national assembly."
|Nationalists take the lead in Balochistan|
|[Dawn] Most parts of Pakistain saw major shakeups in political parties' positions, and was no exception.|
In the troubled province, nationalist parties seem to have emerged as the strongest political players according to the unofficial results of the 2013 elections.
The Baloch nationalist group, National Party (NP), got eight provincial assembly seats and two national assembly seats. Similarly, the Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) secured 10 provincial assembly and three national assembly seats while emerging as the largest parliamentary group in the province.
PkMAP won four provincial assembly seats in Quetta city, while PML-N and Majlas Wahdat ul een (MWM) each won one seat. the Balochistan National Party led by Baloch nationalist leader Sardar Akhtar Mengal refused to accept PkMAP's victory and termed it a conspiracy to keep BNP away from parliament.
BNP chief Mengal said that his party would not accept the election results and that his party`s victory was 'turned into' a defeat deliberately, on two provincial assembly seats, by returning officers.
PkMAP chief Mehmood Achakzai won two national assembly seats from Quetta and his hometown Chaman. Achakzai`s victory in Quetta seems to be the result of his party's stance and criticism of s of Punjabis and Hazaras. It was mostly settlers who voted for Achakzai on NA-259.
According to unofficial results, PML-N won eight provincial assembly seats in Balochistan. PML-N had already unconditionally backed Achakzai for the NA seat in Quetta. and also have strong ties, so an alliance between them appears to be natural when it comes to formation of the future government in Balochistan.
Nawaz also happens to get along well with Dr. Malik Baloch and Senator Hasil Bizenjo of NP. Chances for a coalition government between the three seem strong.
Interestingly, the former ruling party PPP could not retain a single seat in Balochistan whereas the evergreen JUI-F of Fazlur Rehman retained six seats in the Pakhtun-dominated areas of Balochistan. JUI-F will prefer to sit on the opposition benches since the party has remained in power for the last ten years in Balochistan with a lion's share in the provincial government. Voter turnout was low in Baloch areas and a candidate from Awaran won the provincial assembly seat with just six hundred and forty votes. Baloch separatists had opposed the elections and shutter down and wheel jam strikes were observed for three days on the call of Baloch National Front. the turn out in Quetta and other Pakthun-dominated areas was high.
|Nawaz, Fazl mull plan to form govt in KP|
|[Pak Daily Times] PML-N chief Fazlur Rehman held discussions on Sunday to chalk out a joint strategy to form government in . Fazlur Rehman telephoned Nawaz and congratulated him over his party's victory on majority of seats. The JUI-F chief said people have given mandate to the PML-N. Nawaz also felicitated Fazlur Rehman for the JUI-F victory on three National Assembly seats. Fazl said the PML-N has emerged as the biggest party in the elections and his party would cooperate with Nawaz Sharif in Centre.and JUI-F's|
|Height of denial: JUI-F under attack|
|[Dawn] WHILE more liberal parties have borne the brunt of election-related violence, as events over the past few days have shown the are just as capable of wreaking havoc upon even those political elements that share their ideological moorings. On Tuesday a blast occurred near a JUI-F candidate's corner meeting in Hangu, killing several people. Militants had earlier warned locals against attending political gatherings. Only a day before a JUI-F rally was bombed in killing over 20. Yet what is shocking is that former and current candidate Munir Khan Orakzai, who addressed the Kurram rally, denied that the Pak Taliban could be involved in the attack. This is mind-boggling. The TTP had very clearly stated that Mr Orakzai was indeed the target and justified the strike by saying that the former MNA was allied to the last government which had launched military operations against the s.|
It appears as if practically the whole religious right is suffering from a state of denial. JUI-F chief
|Fazl urges people to shun ethnic divide|
|[Dawn] Chief of has said that Pakistain chairman wants to implement western agenda in the country in the name of new Pakistain but his party will block his way to the prime minister house.|
"Imran is following to get to the PM house and he wants to implement the Zionist agenda in Pakistain in the garb of his anti-America stunt, but my party will restrict his way as we are working for the enforcement of Sharia in the country for the last many decades," said Maulana Fazl while speaking at a public gathering here on Monday.
The JUI-F amir asked the countrymen to get rid of ethnic and regional biases, which, he said, were threatening the existence of the county.
"If we don't get rid of sectarianism and ethnic divides, we cannot root out terrorism and lawlessness from the country. Punjabis should feel the pain of Sindhis and Sindhis should feel the pain of Mohajirs and Mohajirs should feel the pain of Baloch and Pakhtuns," said Maulana Fazl.
He said his party only wanted implementation of Islamic ideology in the country which, he added, could end deprivation, class difference and ethnicity and also bring the economy of country on the right track.
He said Imran Khan was speaking against the America just to gain popularity.
He said that for the last six and half decades successive rulers plundered the country and ruled for personal benefits as a result of which there was poverty and hunger in the country.
|Imran promoting foreign agenda, says Fazl|
|[Dawn] Lashing out at Pakistain chairman , Jamaat Ulemai-e-Islam (JUI-F) chief and candidate for NA-27 said on Sunday that instead of deceiving youths about a 'new Pakistain', the PTI chief should first make his sons s and Paks.|
"How can a person like Imran dream of becoming the prime minister of of Pakistain when his sons go to churches for worship," he said while speaking at separate public gatherings in Darra Pezu, Ummar Adda and Behramkhel.
The JUI-F chief said that had issued a decree that casting vote in favour of Imran Khan was 'haram' (un-Islamic). He alleged that the PTI chief was implementing Jewish agenda in the country and for this purpose he had sought the support from Ahmadis. The JUI workers, he said, would foil any move to declare Ahmadis as s.
JUI-F candidate for PK-75, Malik Noor Saleem, Pir Fawad Raza Zakori, Naseer Mohammad Khan and Sher Afzal Marwat also spoke on the occasion.
Maulana Fazl said that previous governments of Pakistain People's Party and Awami National Party were responsible for lawlessness because they did not implement the unanimously passed resolution of parliament and continued with the pro-US policies of dictatorial regime of Without naming PPP provincial president Anwar Saifullah, who had held Maulana Fazl and Pervez Musharraf responsible for militancy, the JUI-F leader said that militancy flourished due to the wrong policies of President Zardari, who always surrendered to the US pressure and tried to appease Uncle Sam.
|Fazl issues fatwa against voting for Imran|
|[Pak Daily Times] Fazlur Rehman has issued a decree (fatwa) against , saying that vote to Imran is 'haram'.-Fazl (JUI-F) chief |
Good idea. Voting for other than Fazl is un-Islamic. Allen just loves fatwas.
Talking to s on Saturday, he assured that Imran was an agent of 'Ahmedi' and Zionist lobbies.
Moreover, Fazl reminded that Imran gave a fake decree with the reference of Maulana Saeed Ahmad Usmani, who had passed away in 2010.
A few days ago, the JUI-F leader had accused Imran of being supported and funded by Ahmedis, saying that the PTI chief had promised to benefit the lobby if voted to power. Fazl had predicted a bloodbath if Imran came into power.
|Imran Khan served notice on violation of election code|
|[Pak Daily Times] Pakistain Chairman was served a notice on Thursday over alleged violation of the election commission's code of conduct.|
The PTI chief had held a rally at the Mall Road a few days ago without the permission of the authorities. He appeared in the district returning officer's court in person and received the notice. Later, talking to the media he said that he believed in the rule of law and respects the courts but did not do anything wrong to gain political mileage. He answered several questions and said that his opponents were levelling allegations without confirming facts.
Imran categorically stated that he is not going to change any article in the constitution in favour of Ahmedis and such rumours are part of a conspiracy campaign by his opponents to malign him politically. He observed that once a campaign was launched by his opponents about his wife claiming that she was a Jew although she is a Christian. The same way, he said, his detractors are claiming that he would amend the constitution in favour of Ahmedis if voted to power. Imran clarified that there was no facts behind claims from his opponents, especially the Pakistain League-Nawaz (PML-N) and JUI-F chief who, he added, are involved in conspiracies against him. He also said that Maulana Fazlur Rehman had no worth in now and was going to lose the election against his party in the province. He alleged that the PML-N is also busy hatching conspiracies against him.