JUI-F's chief Fazlur Rehman Thursday alleged that the PTI Chairman Imran Khan came into power to destabilize the country. He advised him to stay within the limits, or else the coalition government would create a difficult situation for his "youths.".
In a press conference held in the Mewakhel the Mewakhel region, he claimed that getting Imran Khan out of his position was vitally important for the security of Pakistan as well as the safety of the country. "He (Imran Khan) wanted to divide Pakistan into three pieces but we jumped in and saved the country from disintegration," Fazl said.
PTI celebrated its victory during the Punjab by-polls, but at the same time, it is describing the CEC chief (CEC) as a partisan. He wondered why the decision in the case of foreign funding was delayed.
Fazl claimed that the courts have the power to provide justice, but they were not able to be able to take over the powers and rights that the Parliament has. The coalition partners were keen to manage the federal government in a manner that allowed for collaboration to help the country escape crisis.
Fazl expressed his deep concern over the death of key members of his group in North Waziristan, saying it was "lamentable, and condemnable". "We have deep sorrow for the deaths of our members within North Waziristan and elsewhere. The tribal people are refugees in their country, despite making great sacrifices in order to restore lasting tranquility in the area," He said.
Fazl was joined by Akram Khan Durrani who is the Opposition Leader of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly. Fazl stated that his party granted entry to troops from the once-thriving Fata to bring peaceful conditions to the region. He claimed that over 55,000 tribal members were killed and hundreds of thousands were displaced throughout the Zarb-e-Azb military operation against militants within the tribal regions. "We respect the institutions but the question arises as to why the tribal people are facing such a volatile situation despite restoration of peace," the official said.
"On the one hand, madaris (seminaries) is being dubbed the hub of terror, on the other hand, their help is sought," he added, adding that they'd discuss the murder of innocents at Friday's gatherings and hold an anti-injustice demonstration following the offering of prayers.
He claimed that they had recommended to the government to submit additional conditions for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to stabilize the economy and price hikes and advised the government to take concrete measures to control the rising rate of inflation.
Fazl stated that former Speaker of the National Assembly Qasim Khan Suri and President Dr. Arif Alvi has violated The Constitution and, as such the government should take action against them.
In response to the PTI's criticism of the administration, the minister claimed that the PTI-led government that was ousted had caused a crisis for the country over its four-year reign in office. He also said that "everybody expects us [coalition government] to fix all issues in four months." He claimed that the nation was experiencing difficulties and there were no differences of opinion about the issue. He said it was necessary to eliminate discrimination within society.
Fazl stated that the demise of Khan's regime wasn't necessarily the finality of administration; instead, it was crucial to saving the country.