Fazlur Rehman asks PM to ‘keep his fight political’

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Democratic Movement’s (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Friday took a swipe at Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan and told him to “keep his fight political” after the premier launched a verbal assault at the Opposition during a public gathering in Lower Dir.

The JUI-F chief was holding a press conference alongside PML-N president Shahbaz Sharif in Islamabad. Criticising the PM, Fazlur Rehman said: “Your foul language makes you ineligible to hold the post of the prime minister as there is no nobility in you.”

The PDM chief claimed to have the majority to overthrow the PTI-led government and went on to call the premier “crazy”.

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“We have experience in dealing with such situations,” he warned.

On the other hand, PML-N president Shahbaz Sharif condemned the action of the Islambad police when they entered the Parliament Lodges and arrested two JUI-F MNAs along with several Ansar-ul-Islam workers.

The PDM chief said that the episode was a “cruel and barbaric act” and the “worst incident in the history of the Parliament.”

He said that Fazl adopted patience and tolerance throughout but the language and tactics used by PM Imran Khan were “intolerable and reprehensible.”

“We will not allow Khan to derail the country from the path of economic development,” he added.

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Talking about PM Khan’s sister Aleema Khan’s properties outside of Pakistan, Shahbaz questioned the corrupt practices going within Khan’s house.

“I warn you to keep your tongue in control, or we know how to control it,” said the PML-N president.

He said that the Opposition will bring about the no-confidence motion against the PM through the Constitution to get rid of his government democratically.

“How is he [PM Imran Khan] addressing the public and going around in public places after the no-confidence motion?” Fazl asked the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).

Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also criticised the PM for referencing the army during his jalsa.

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