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|Government willing to engage with Fazlur Rehman over protest march, says Qureshi|
|[DAWN] Foreign Minister Shah on Wednesday announced the government's decision to "engage with " in response to the JUI-F chief's declaration to march on Islamabad on October 31.|
The minister said that a small political committee has been formed "to get in touch with Maulana Fazlur Rehman", which will be headed by Defence Minister Pervez Khattak.
"We are a political party and are fully capable and willing to deliver a political solution to political matters," said Qureshi, during a in Islamabad.
The foreign minister said that if anything the JUI-F chief says during the resultant talks "has political weight, we are ready to listen to it and if a reasonable solution emerges, we will accord that priority".
"It is not that we have any fear, I must lay stress on this.
"If someone thinks that with a dharna, governments can be sent packing then we have a 126-day experience in this [...] we are not novices in the matter," said Qureshi, with a slight smile.
|JUI-F’s existential crisis|
|[DAWN] MAULANA’s Azadi march has ruffled many a feather in recent days. From the accounts of rifts within the PML-N to the PPP’s confusion to predictions about ’s uncertain future, no political player has been left untouched.|
|Fazlur Rehman warns govt against sabotaging 'Azadi March'|
|[DAWN] -Fazl (JUI-F) chief on Sunday warned the government against creating hurdles in the way of the "Azad March" and said that the march will be peaceful.|
The JUI-F chief, while addressing the party's Salar Force, comprised of volunteers, said in on Sunday that his party workers have opted for a peaceful protest for their rights. "Our party workers and seminary students have always respected the Constitution," he said.
On the occasion, the volunteers presented a guard of honour to Rehman. They took oath of safeguarding the leadership even at the cost of their lives.
|In change of plan, JUI-F to now march to Islamabad on October 31|
|[DAWN] -Fazl (JUI-F) chief on Wednesday announced that his party's anti-government 'Azadi March' to the capital will now take place on October 31 instead of October 27.|
"We will be trick-or-treating along the way as well. Please have halal candy available". And NOT those nasty NECCO wafers
Speaking to s, he said the party would now join Kashmiris in observing October 27 as a black day across the country in protest against the Indian occupation of Jammu and Ignoring the calls of other opposition parties to delay the proposed long march, Rehman had announced last Thursday that his party had decided to hold the anti-government march to Islamabad on Oct 27.
|JUI-F sez list of instructions telling marchers not to engage in sodomy is fake|
|[DAWN] The -Fazl (JUI-F) on Monday termed as "fabricated" a document being shared widely on social media that lists a set of instructions allegedly by the party to the participants of its upcoming anti-government protest in Islamabad.|
JUI-F chief Maulana
|JUI-F chief won’t be able to exploit ‘religious card’: PM|
|[DAWN] Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman would not be able to exploit "religious card" against the government at the behest of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N).|
Talking to a select group of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leaders who are frequently seen in TV talk shows, the prime minister expressed no fear of the JUI-F’s call for Islamabad lockdown on Oct 27.
“The prime minister was of the view that PPP and PML-N are pretending that they are not taking part in the lockdown programme, but in fact both parties are backing him [Maulana Fazl] and providing him money to meet their own designs,” a close aide to PM Khan told Dawn after the meeting.
According to him, the prime minister lamented that Maulana Fazl was using innocent children of Madressahs (seminaries) against the government, but he [JUI-F chief] should realise that after the victory of the government’s stance on the Kashmir issue in the recently held United Nations General Assembly session, he would not be able to exploit the “religious card”.
The PM’s aide quoted Mr Khan as saying: “The government believes that students of seminaries are our own children, but they are being misguided by people like Fazlur Rehman.”
According to him, the prime minister said the PPP and PML-N were not directly joining the lockdown move because if it failed they would not be blamed, but the JUI-F. He said the meeting agreed that Maulana Fazl had received a heavy amount of money from both PPP and PML-N to fulfil their agendas against the government.
Talking about news of a possible deal between the government and the opposition, the prime minister reiterated that no concession would be given to those who had plundered national wealth. “Khan Sahib will never go for any deal with former rulers,” the PM’s aide said.
The prime minister apprised the meeting of his forthcoming visit to China on Oct 7-8, which will mainly focus on the revival of stalled projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
|'War' against government will only end after its fall, says Fazlur Rehman|
|[DAWN]Fazl (JUI-F) chief on Saturday likened his upcoming 'Azadi' March to a "war", which he said would "only end when the government falls".|
|PPP, PML-N's position uncertain as Fazl announces 'Azadi march' against govt on October 27|
|[DAWN] - Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana announced on Thursday that the party will begin its anti-government 'Azadi march' on October 27.|
"The current government is the result of a fake election and fake results," said Rehman during a .
The PPP and PML-N, who along with the JUI-F had been holding near-daily meetings with each other to debate the anti-government action to be taken, have yet to indicate whether they will join the march on Oct 27.
The JUI-F chief said that all opposition parties had rejected the July 25, 2018 elections and had called for fresh elections. "In this regard, the Jamaat Ulema-e-Islam and Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal have carried out 15 'million marches' in the country to raise awareness among the people," he said.
"As a result of this illegal government and its incompetencies, the country's economy has sunk [...] traders have shut down businesses as a result of heavy taxation. The s of Pakistain are in anguish over the state of religion in the country," he continued.
He said a meeting of JUI-F members was held today in which it was decided that on October 27 ‐ the day celebrated by Kashmiris across the world as Black Day ‐ the party will express complete solidarity with Kashmiris and with those demonstrations, a march on Islamabad will begin.
"This will be an Azadi march. Groups of people from all over the country will embark on this journey which will culminate in Islamabad, where we will send the government packing," he said.
|Arrested HujiB leader met Osama bin Laden|
|[Dhaka Tribune] Harkat-ul Jihad al-Islami Bangladesh (B) leader Mohammad Atiqullah, an Afghan-war returnee, met al-Qaeda leader in Afghanistan during the war that started in 2001.|
Atiqullah, who was arrested in Dhaka on Wednesday, had multiple meetings with top leaders, including Laden, , and Ayman al- , according to police.
Bin Laden, who ordered the September 11 attacks in 2001, was killed by US forces during a raid in , Pakistain, in May 2011.
On Wednesday evening, the Dhaka Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit picked up Atiqullah, alias Asadullah, alias Zulfiqar, 49, and two of his associates, Mohammad Borhan Uddin Rabbani, 42, and Mohammad Nazim Uddin, alias Shamim, 43, from a playground near Boro Mosque in Nikunja 2.
During interrogation, Atiqullah told them about his meetings with bin Laden and other leaders and his ties to al-Qaeda, according to CTTC sources.
Informed that several HuJIB men had gathered at a playground for a secret meeting, a CTTC team conducted a raid there, said Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Deputy Commissioner (Media) Masudur Rahman,on Thursday.
He also said Atiqullah was an organizing secretary of the committee of HuJIB formed by Mufti Hannan in 1996, and was later assigned to oversee the Baitul Mal and International Relations Department of the organization.
CTTC sources said that during the tenure of the last caretaker government, he went into hiding in and visited Pakistain multiple times for activities.
in primary interrogation, police learned that Atiqullah has connections with groups in other countries, including Pakistain, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia, sources at the CTTC said.
A CTTC official related to the investigation said Atiqullah also told police that he is a bomb specialist. After being exiled abroad for long, he returned to Bangladesh in March this year, and had been trying to contact old members of the outfit to reorganize it.
He also had been trying to recruit new members to speed up HuJIB's activities in the upcoming days, he said.
The CTTC official said Atiqullah also made organizational visits to various places across the country, and raised money from both domestic and foreign sources, to mobilize the organization.
Najim, one of two other persons arrested besides Atiqullah, is a secretary of the HuJIB Dhaka Metropolitan South unit, while the other person arrested, Rabbani was given the responsibility of handling Feni district.
Recently, the three, Atiqullah, Najim, and Rabbani, were trying to reorganize the group, focusing on India's and Rohingya issues, said the official.
DC Masudur Rahman said a case has been filed in this connection with Khilkhet under the Anti-Terrorism Act.
|Million march decision irreversible, says JUI-F chief|
|[DAWN] Chief of his own faction of the Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (JUI-F) Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Sunday said that his party’s decision about the “million march” towards Islamabad was irreversible, saying “neither do we want to strike any deal with the government nor do we want to give it any space”.|
Speaking at a press conference after JUI-F district executive council’s meeting here on Sunday, he said they don’t accept the “illegitimate” government of Imran Khan which had been imposed on the masses as a result of “rigged” elections. “The establishment is responsible for the illegitimate government,” he said, but added that his party did not want any confrontation with state institutions.
Commenting on the prime minister’s speech on the Kashmir issue at the UN General Assembly, the JUI-F chief said that emotional speeches alone were not enough for a just settlement of the Kashmir issue and practical steps were necessary to convince the world about the seriousness of Pakistan’s stand.
“What message the prime minister wants to convey to the world when he threatened to start nuclear war with India and admitted during an interview that the ISI and Pakistan Army had trained the activists of Al Qaeda,” he said.
|JUI-F wins PML-N support for Islamabad lockdown|
|[DAWN] The -Fazl (JUI-F) and the Pakistain League-Nawaz on Sunday decided to jointly stage "Azadi March" in October to besiege Islamabad and oust the Pakistain government, but a decision on a final date of the march would be taken later.|
JUI-F chief Maulana along with his delegation called on PML-N president at his Model Town residence to convince him that his party should join hands with the JUI-F to oust the government.
The Maulana had earlier warned Prime Minister to step down till Aug 31 for "stealing the mandate" in 2018 general elections, otherwise the JUI-F would march on Islamabad.
After the Pakistain Peoples Party leadership’s refusal to take part in Islamabad lockdown, the JUI-F approached the PML-N seeking its support for the march. The Maulana also announced he would gather one million people in Islamabad for which PML-N’s support would mean a lot.
|Adiala jail, its surrounding areas fumigated|
|[DAWN] The district administration on Friday fumigated Adiala jail and its surrounding areas to protect high profile inmates, including PPP Co-Chairman and his sister Faryal Talpur, from dengue.|
Additional Deputy Commissioner (Headquarters) Saima Younas told Dawn that the fumigation in Adiala jail was a routine exercise to protect the inmates and other residents in the surrounding areas from dengue.
She said the number of dengue patients had not decreased but efforts were being made to contain the virus in the city and cantonment areas.
"Besides Westridge, Road Lane-7 and other areas of cantonment, more patients have reported to government hospitals from Tench Bhatta during the last two days," she said.