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|Head of JUI-F. "Mullah Diesel."|
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|FIR registered against JUI-F leader, 10 others for disrupting Aurat March in Islamabad|
|[DAWN] Islamabad's Kohsar Police on Monday registered a case against 12 individuals – including local religious leaders and JUI-F's Maulana Abdul Majeed Hizravi – for trying to disrupt yesterday's Aurat March in the capital.|
On Sunday, one person was injured after participants of the march in Islamabad were attacked by some men who shouted slogans and pelted stones at them.
The rally was being held in a designated area outside the National Press Club when the incident happened. Police had to intervene to control the the situation before it escalated.
The FIR names 11 leaders – and 300 to 400 unidentified persons – including Maulana Shabir Ahmed Usmani, Maulana Hafiz Maqsood Ahmed, Maulana Rizwan Makki, Mufti Abdullah, Maulana Abdul Waheed Qasmi, Maulana Abdul Rasheed Tauheedi, Maulana Liaquat Ali Turabi, Maulana Nasir Ahmed, Maulana Asadullah Abbasi, Maulana Abdul Majeed Hizravi and Maulana Abdul Razzaq Haidri.
According to the FIR, the leaders incited violence against participants of Aurat March, after which some people pelted stones at the marchers. The miscreants had illegally occupied the road across the National Press Club, the FIR reads, adding that they also tried to enter the premises of the march by using force against security officials present there.
|Fazlur Rehman should be tried under Article 6, says PM Imran|
|[DAWN] Prime Minister on Friday called for treason proceedings against -Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana for remarks regarding the ouster of the government.|
"There should be a case under Article 6 against maulana for his statement regarding the ousting of the government," he said, during an informal conversation with journalists.
"The government will complete its term, it's not going anywhere," Prime Minister Imran added.
Earlier this week, Rehman said that he had ended his Azadi sit-in because he had been given assurances that Prime Minister Imran will step down and elections will be held in three months. The JUI-F had staged a 13-day (from Nov 1 to 13, 2019) sit-in on Road in Islamabad that came to an abrupt end as the party chief announced going for Plan B, blocking various major roads across the country.
|Banners hailing Musharraf appear on major Faisalabad thoroughfares|
|[ARYNEWS.TV] : Banners hailing the services of the former military ruler General retd for the country appeared on main thoroughfares in Faisalabad, ARY NEWS reported on Saturday.|
The banners appeared at the Mall Road, University Road, Serena Road and FIC Road and were put up by Pakistain (PTI) leaders, Minister Chaudhry Zaheer Ud Din and other religious and social organizations.
The banners depicted the photos of Pervez Musharraf in military uniform with slogans in his favour.
Some of the banners were inscribed with slogans including How military leader could be termed traitor and we loved you before and even today.
Raising concerns over the detailed verdict released by Special Court in high treason case against General (r) Musharraf on December 19, Pakistain army’s spokesperson Major General Asif Ghafoor said that Prime Minister and COAS Bajwa had spoken in detail over the verdict.
"The army chief met the prime minister and conveyed the sentiments of the armed forces to him," he added while addressing a at General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi.
He said that Pakistain army has restored peace in the country after rendering matchless sacrifices and it would not allow anyone to spread anarchy in the motherland, ARY News reported on Thursday.
"All internal and external enemies of Pakistain will not succeed in their malicious intentions."
|NAB arrests another Sharif family employee in money laundering case|
|[DAWN] An accountability court on Saturday remanded in the National Accountability Bureau's (NAB) custody another suspect in a case against members of the Sharif family pertaining to alleged money launderingThe accountability watchdog today arrested the suspect, Rashid Karamat, an employee of Hamza Shehbaz Sharif since 2007, for allegedly holding a benami company to facilitate several members of the Sharif family.|
The prosecution alleged that the suspect, an employee of Sharif Group of Companies, represented himself as the owner of the company ‐ M/s Nisar Trading Concern. It added that the company was established with the funds of the accused nominated in the case, including PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif and his sons Hamza and S n, who also benefited from it.
|Fazl reiterates demand for new elections, warns govt of serious consequences Listen|
|[The News (Pak)] -Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana on Sunday reiterated the demand for new elections and warned the government that if it turned down his demands, it would have to deal with harsh circumstances. |
Fazl was addressing a where he lashed out at the government.
"Our economy is in its worst condition," he said. "Unemployment is on the rise and people have lost the power to spend."
Fazl said that institutions had lost their ability to produce. He said that the business community was concerned while hundreds of thousands were becoming unemployed.
The JUI-F chief said that elections were the only way forward for the country.
"New elections must be held across the country," he said. "Our protests in certain areas of the country is going on."
Fazl criticised Prime Minister Imran and said that the government was a mafia.
"He [Prime Minister Imran] refers to others as a mafia whereas he and others are a mafia themselves," he said.
He said that the Azadi March had united the entire country and brought it on one common platform. Fazl was of the view that the incumbent government was an inept one and that Pakistain needed a strong political system.
"The Azadi March was a historic event. Its effects are still being felt in Pak politics," said Fazl.
The JUI-F chief said that his party had decided to be the spokesperson of the poor in the country.
Fazl said that Pakistain's foreign policy had performed poorly and as a result, Pakistain stood alone in the world.
"Our friends are even not willing to stand with us," he said.
|Fazl asks ECP to decide foreign funding case to maintain its credibility|
|[DAWN] Chief of his own faction of the (JUI-F) Maulana on Friday warned that the Election Commission of Pakistain would lose its credibility if it failed to decide the foreign funding case against the ruling Pakistain He reiterated his demand that "fair and transparent" elections be held as early as possible since it was the only solution to the recent crisis in the country.|
Addressing a protest demonstration in front of the ECP office here, Maulana Fazl was seen to stand firm on his demand of removing the PTI government and announcement of early elections, calling it a consensus decision of all opposition parties which had recently met in Islamabad.
He said the protest in was also part of the same strategy devised by the opposition parties, which decided to organise joint protest rallies and public meetings at district level throughout the country as part of their ongoing anti-government campaign.
"After a series of blunders, this incompetent government has now made the appointment on the most important and sensitive post in the country [chief of the army staff] a joke," he said referring to the recent order of the Supreme Court that suspended the federal government’s Aug 19 notification for extension/reappointment of Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa for another three-year term after completion of his tenure on Nov 28.
|Maulana calls multi-party conference to devise next anti-government strategy|
|[DAWN] A multi-party conference has been called by JUI-F chief Maulana to decide on the next course of action in the anti-government campaign by the opposition, his spokesperson told DawnNewsTV on Sunday.|
The conference, to which a total of nine parties have been invited, will be held in Islamabad on Tuesday and hosted by the JUI-F chief.
|Imran casts doubt on Nawaz’s medical reports|
|[DAWN] Prime Minister on Friday sounded sceptical about the veracity of medical reports on the health of Pakistain League (PML-N) supreme leader , saying he was shocked to see the way the former premier ran up the stairs of the air ambulance.|
"After seeing him going up the plane stairs, I once again went through the medical reports that suggested he has heart problem, his kidneys are also not functioning properly and that he is a diabetic," Mr Khan told a gathering in his hometown where he opened work on several mega projects.
His comments on the health of Mr Sharif came two days after Chief Justice of Pakistain Asif Saeed Khosa’s remarks that it was the prime minister himself who had allowed "someone" to go abroad.
PM Khan noted that Mr Sharif’s medical reports listed 15 diseases, including cardiac complications, which suggested that the ex-premier was on the verge of demise. "But after seeing Nawaz board the air ambulance, I wondered if the former prime minister got healthy with the first glance of the London-bound airplane," he said.
It may be recalled that Prime Minister Khan had on Nov 19 said his government allowed Nawaz Sharif to travel to London on humanitarian grounds. He had also said the government allowed him to go abroad on the recommendations of the medical board.
|Govt's days are numbered, Fazlur Rehman tells PM Imran|
|[DAWN] -Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana on Tuesday declared that the government's days are numbered and that the JUI-F's drive had successfully mobilised masses to remove the ruling regime.|
Addressing the participants of a sit-in at Bannu, the JUI-F chief strongly criticised the Pakistain (PTI) government and said that the rulers were either incapable or they were working under an agenda of destroying the country through crippling its economy.
"Prime Minister is trying to become 'Gorbachev' of Pakistain," he said, referring to the former Russian president largely credited with decentralising the country's economy, bringing an end to the Cold War and dissolution of the Soviet Union.
"Your roots have been cut, you have been shaken, now count your days," Rehman warned the prime minister.
Talking about the party's Azadi March, which had culminated in Islamabad, he said that the JUI-F didn't go to the capital without any purpose, neither did it return without any purpose.
|JUI-F Sindh leader hints at protest entering 'Plan-C'|
|#PTI says Kashmir cause was a 'major casualty' of JUI-F's dharna|
|This side of the protest|
|[DAWN] THE past one month, actually the last three-week period beginning in late October, has had a transformative impact on some of the most prominent players in the country’s political arena. There have been events which have changed the complexion of the game, necessitating new strategy and fresh posturing. This could well mark the start of another phase in Pak politics.|
On that side of his ’long march’ on Islamabad on Oct 27, Maulana was a less angry man. He was basking in all the praise he was getting for his magical ability to stitch up average material into stuff better than just being presentable. He had allies, not fully committed ones, but who had promise and the potential to be useful to the JUI-F chief’s advantage. True to the old wise words, it was only the journey itself which revealed the real face and worth of these supposed fellow travellers.