SUKKUR: Pakistan Democratic Movement(PDM) principal Maulana Fazlur Rehman said Monday that only those in positions of authority have the power to decide who’ll be the coming commander of the Pakistan Army.
The PTI’s kick march has turned into a prolonged march as it’s inching towards the civil capital at a crawler’s pace, Fazl told journalists, prognosticating that it’s doubtful for the PTI’s march to reach its destination.
The JUI-F chief asserted that PTI Chairman Imran Khan sought to appoint the army chief of his picking, which is why he was taking out the long march. still, movables to the top army positions will be made as per the procedure laid down in the Constitution, he said.
He claimed that the former high minister devastated the country’s frugality during his three-and-a-half-year reign and is now seeking power again, which the PDM will noway allow.
The PDM chief said Khan had formerly again tried to destroy the country in the name of the” Haqeeqi Azadi March”.
He said the coalition government saved the country from ruin and was trying hard to fix the profitable issues.
The PDM chief said the Saudi crown Napoleon was listed to visit Pakistan with mega systems but Khan created obstacles by launching the march, adding that they were persuading the Saudi Napoleon to visit the country.
Fazl further said the allegations levelled by a person in London against PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif should be delved as they were of serious nature.
He said when his party held a long march, no road was closed and no business was blocked and despite staying in Islamabad for 15 days, “nothing was destroyed”.
Meanwhile, addressing the Paigham-e-Jamiat Conference in Shikarpur, he said the JUI-F will make the country’s profitable system interest-free and bring reforms in the light of the Holy Quran and Sunnah.
He said the JUI-F has called a conference of ulema on November 30 in Karachi to concoct an interest-free profitable system. JUI-F leaders Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Hyderi, Maulana Rashid Mehmood Soomro, and others also addressed the conference.