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PDM is fighting for the rule of law: Fazal

Opposition parties are fighting for the rule of law in Pakistan, Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) Chairman Fazlur Rehman said Wednesday.

Addressing an anti-government rally in Bannu under the banner of PDM, Fazal said a coalition of 11 opposition parties, led by Prime Minister Imran Khan, was trying to overthrow the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) -led federal government. He said that Ittehad had taken to the streets to revive the democratic process in the country. He said that PDM showed the nation the path of freedom and democracy.

Referring to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government, Fazal said that the opposition parties would throw the “puppet government” into the sea and overthrow it. He said that there was no writ of government or law in the country. “Terrorists are roaming freely in the country,” he said. He referred to the killing of a young man named Osama Satti in Islamabad by the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS). He asked the government to explain the crime of sati.

Fazl said the rulers had destroyed the national economy and two-and-a-half years after being elected prime minister, saying they were inexperienced when they took over the government. He said the prime minister was useless, but there were some capable people working in his government. He said that people were forced to commit suicide under the present Prime Minister. He said that the country was sinking and the Prime Minister was talking about development. He said that there was no system of governance in the tribal areas and the promise of eradication of terrorism from the country was not appreciated.


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