The federal government welcomed the decision of Jamaat Ulema-e-Islam (F) chief Maulana Fazl-ur-Rahman not to march towards the D Chowk and Red Zone, pointing out that Prime Minister Imran Khan's resignation for the betterment of the country. All demands of the opposition can be met through negotiations.
Addressing a press conference with the Minister for Religious Affairs, Firdous Ashiq Awan, the Assistant Prime Minister of the Prime Minister, said, “We are ready to provide Maulana Sahib a face-saving”.
This shows that the government has adopted a dual policy because on one side where Firdous Ashiq Awan praised the decision of the JUI-F chief, he was called "to challenge the writ of the state" and to use religious cards. The country's progressive and enlightened are also criticizing the deteriorating perception.
Addressing the press conference, Dr. Firdous Ashiq said that the Prime Minister is committed to accepting the democratic demands of the opposition through dialogue and a meeting of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's parliamentary committee for the decision to grant concessions to the opposition parties. Will also preside.
At the press conference, the Assistant Special Information applauded the leadership of the two major political parties Pakistan Peoples Party and the Pakistan Muslim League-N for not attending the JUI-F sit-in, saying that despite the differences, the two parties had Maulana Fazal. Rejecting Rehman's statement and setting a new example.
Speaking at the press conference, on the other hand, Minister for Religious Affairs Noorul Haq Qadri condemned the accusations against Prime Minister Imran Khan regarding Ahmadis and said that they support the Prime Minister because he was with the Prophet. Love
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan had stressed that he would not give concessions like corruption to National Leadership Ordinance (NRO) to opposition leaders facing corruption cases.
Security tightens in the federal capital
Meanwhile, security officials set up containers on roads and roads and sealed the Red Zone of Islamabad, where the Supreme Court and other important government buildings are located.
In this connection, 3,000 police, Rangers and Frontier Corps personnel have been deployed in Bani Gala and Red Zone, besides 3,000 additional personnel from Lahore and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, while water cannons and security can be tightened. Armored vehicles have also been ordered.
In addition, the number of police personnel deployed in the federal capital alone has reached 10,000, which still has 10 armored vehicles, 3 water cannons, and 10 prisoner transfer vehicles.