The chief of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazal (JUI-F) warned on Saturday that if the government intervene in religious seminary it would have to face dire consequences.
“We know what are the objectives behind the formation of Economic Advisory Council (EAC), therefore any attempt to meddling in madaris system will face stiff resistance,” JUI-F chief said while addressing to a rally in Bannu.Raising the question over the transparency of election, MMA head said that the results of the election 2018 were against what the people hoped as the echo of rigging in polls being heard in the entire country.
“After rigging in polls the present majority of PTI, chief ministers and prime minister are all bogus and fake,” he said.Commenting over the PM Imran’s pledge to turn Pakistan into Madina like state he said that government has increased the prices of gas and other items in its initial phase and how one can hope Imran will create Madina like state.
He alleged that PTI pushing the youths towards the wrong way, however, JUI will bring back the youth to the piteous way.
Earlier, the Election Commission of Pakistan while rejecting the allegations of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Fazlur Rehman maintained that the General Elections 2018 were fair, transparent and impartial.ECP Rejects Fazlâs Accusations Regarding Rigged Polls“Accusations lacking evidence is deplorable and contrary to the facts. Not respecting the mandate of public without any justification is against the rules of democracy,” asserted then ECP spokesperson.
The commission stressed that the tradition of pressurizing national institutions should end. “ECP is an independent institution and will not tolerate any sort of pressure,” the spokesperson responded.On September 06, Jamiat Ulema-e Islam (F) leader Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman called the present government a fake and unconstitutional demanding the resignation of chief election commissioner over alleged rigging in polls.
Speaking to the media in Peshawar, the JUI-F leader said that all political parties had expressed their reservations over rigging in the election.
“Parties have not accepted the result of the polls. There is still time for the election commission to accept its failure and the chief election commissioner to tender his resignation,” said Rehman.