PM Imran has no vision, claims JUI-F chief Fazl

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) Chief Maulana Fazalur Rehman on Wednesday said the incumbent government and the prime minister have no vision for the country. 

“We reject this rigged government. Our fight is for the independence of the parliament, implementation of the law, and restoration of democracy in Pakistan. All the political parties of the country and the entire nation are on one platform” said Fazl while addressing a PDM gathering in Loralai, Balochistan.

“Remember, Imran Khan has to go. It is a fake government and a fake prime minister. He has no vision, sometimes he talks about establishing the State of Medina, sometimes a Chinese system, then an Iranian system, or an American system,” he maintained.

“We want supremacy of the Constitution in the country,” he vowed, adding “Either the public or a few strong institutions can be owners of Pakistan. Now, we will not accept the supremacy of institutions in the country, now there will be a rule of the public.”

Taking a jibe at the ruling government, the JUI-F leader said, “The public is exasperated with the government. They are levelling allegations against others and calling them thieves.”

“This government has doomed the economy. The poor are unable to afford edible items. They have lost their power of purchasing. Mothers are selling their children in the market. Parents are unable to feed their children and are throwing them into canals,” the JUI-F chief claimed.

PM Imran last week said that the opposition's Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) posed no threat to his government.

Speaking while chairing a meeting of his spokespersons, the premier stated that the opposition's entire movement was to win a National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO); "which I will not give,” he asserted.

The premier observed that the whole opposition united under one umbrella as soon as they started being held accountable.

He said the government had set the country's otherwise weak economy on the right path and that, this year, the government will focus on improving its performance and delivery.

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