Molana Fazal ur Rehman, the head of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F), announced the start of 'Constitution Pakistan Protection Movement' from March 19.
Briefing the media after a consultative meeting with the leaders of the opposition parties at his residence in Islamabad, Molana Fazal ur Rehman said, "On the Army Amendment Act, two major opposition parties supported the government and honoured the vote.
He said that a meeting of other opposition parties was convened in which it was decided that inflation was rising in the country, flour was getting expensive, ministers were making fun of the common man. We want to go ahead with the march of liberation. A 'Constitution Pakistan Protection Movement' is being launched from Lahore on March 19th.
He said that we are launching a movement from Lahore under which a convention would be held in all four provinces.
Molana Fazal ur Rehman said, "Even if no one is standing with us, these parties will struggle together and we will stand for the sake of the people."
"People are disappointed with the PPP, the PPP was not onboard with us, while we will make our own paths for the nation," he said.
Responding to a question about the invitation of the PML-N and the PPP to join the movement, the chief JUI-F said, "We are disappointed with him.
He said, "If the two parties did not participate symbolically in the march of independence, the situation of assurances would have been different. Now our movement will burn down the stove."
Speaking on the occasion, Mahmood Khan Achakzai, the head of the Pashtun Milli Awami Party, said that Nawaz Sharif's statements were still with respect to the vote, but he would have to investigate what happened now.
He said, "We are with every force that speaks of the supremacy of the parliament and the establishment within its boundaries, who do not regret the statement that we have nothing to do with it now, while I do not understand that What happened with the Nawaz Sharif.
Earlier, the advisory meeting was attended by Mahmood Khan Achakzai, Mir Hasil Bizenjo, Prof Sajid Mir and Aftab Sher Pow.
Two major opposition parties, Pakistan Muslim League-N and Pakistan People's Party (PPP), were not invited to the meeting.