Lahore Pakistan: The opposition’s warning to Imran, will have to face strong opposition if the Lahore rally is blocked.
Leader of the Opposition in Pakistan Fazlur Rahman has warned that if the government used security forces to thwart the Lahore rally, it would have terrible consequences.
The government will have to face strong opposition from opposition parties and the public.
Rehman, leader of Jamayat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl, said at the Marhum Sheikhul Hadith Maulana Amanullah conference, the nominated ruler has ruined the country’s economy.
It is to be known that the opposition leader in Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan, is not elected by the people, but is called the army-nominated Prime Minister.
Opposition parties want security forces to carry out their work in a professional manner. Rehman said, the security forces are the strength of the country.
They vigorously protect our borders. Do not interfere in the internal affairs of the country.
The constitution of the country has fixed the responsibility of working all the institutions. Therefore, we should work accordingly.
It is noteworthy that 11 opposition parties in Pakistan have launched a campaign against the Imran government by forming an alliance called Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM).
PDM is holding large public meetings in major cities of the country.
Afghan-Taliban deadlock ends, Doha peace talks resume, talks on release of prisoners with key issues.
The deadlock in Doha negotiations between the government and the Taliban to establish peace in Afghanistan has ended.
The release of the detainees was also discussed along with the US-Taliban agreement on the first day of the talks.
The meeting was attended by Jaime Khalilzad, a special envoy appointed for peace in Afghanistan, and Mullah Baradar, the deputy leader of the Taliban.
Soon after the meeting, Khalizad tweeted that the committee involved in the negotiations were able to decide on a peace settlement and a permanent ceasefire.
Afghanistan is ready to complete all steps to be taken for peace. The US has welcomed the resumption of negotiations.
According to Tolo News, some leaders of Hizb-e-Islami and Jamiat-e-Islami were not present in the talks.