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Jamiat-e-Ulema Fazl (JUIF) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has defended the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) decision to remove Imran Khan as prime minister by a no-trust vote, saying that had the PTI chairman been allowed to continue in office, Pakistan would have disintegrated.

At a press conference in Peshawar on Sunday, Fazlur Rehman, who heads the PDM, also downplayed the claims that there was any disagreement among the PDM parties or leaders over completing the remaining terms of the federal government.

He also said that it was not true that the PPP and JUIF had pushed the PML-N into an unpleasant situation. Nawaz Sharif approved even the final statement, he said.

He stressed that the PDM government would complete its term and general elections would be held after that.

Fazlur Rehman said that Imran Khan destroyed the Gwadar deep sea port and that the PDM’s first priority was to safeguard the CPEC and the investment from China.

Fazlur Rehman said that the Financial Times story on the sources of PTI’s funding has established that Imran Khan was propped into power with foreign funding to scuttle the CPEC project.

“Yesterday, the story about Abraaj Group surfaced … showing how much money was pumped into PTI.”

Fazlur Rehman said that Abu Dhabi’s rulers had funded the PTI so that Imran Khan is propped into power at every cost and then scuttled the CPEC.

Measures for salvaging the economy​

He said Imran Khan had left the country in a quagmire and it was not easy to get free.

“Imran Khan lied that Rs25 billion are in handy for reserves, only $8 billion reserves were there when he left the PM’s office,” the JUIF chief said.

He said that unlike Imran Khan the coalition government has come forth with long-term goals to bring prosperity to the country and these plans would be announced within the next few days.

Referring to the planned two-day PDM summit, the JUIF chief said that measures to improve the economy would be announced on Wednesday.

Regarding by-elections for vacant national assembly seats, the seasoned far-right politician said the PDM will field joint candidates.

He said the candidates will be the ones who were runner-up in the 2018 general elections.

The PDM chief said that all of Pakistan’s religious, secular, and nationalist parties had united at the moment because they recognized that there was a threat to the country’s existence.

Fata merger​

Fazlur Rehan also spokes about the demands of people from the erstwhile Fata, saying that the locals were capable of defending themselves but the state has taken away arms from them.

The maulana said he plans to meet the prime minister in this regard.

He demanded that the local police and administration should be empowered to end this issue.

The PDM lead also pointed out that the gas reserves discovered in the region belong to the locals and hence the benefits of development should reach them.

He hoped that the government would address the problems faced by the youth of such underdeveloped areas and initiate programs to help them achieve success in the future.
 

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Fazlur Rehman said that Abu Dhabi’s rulers had funded the PTI so that Imran Khan is propped into power at every cost and then scuttled the CPEC.

Usi Abu Dhabi say abhi tarlay kar rahay ho keh paisay day do, and selling SOE's to them at discounted rates. They have you by the balls.

Baki as for the funding topic, I wouldn't expect him to know anything about fundraising since he (or any other party in Pakistan for that matter except maybe JI) doesn't rely on public funding for their operations. Arif Naqvi gives PTI funds as a donation...baki it isn't of any concern to PTI where Arif Naqvi got the money from.

I own a company, it has operations in multiple countries with foreign clients. They are my source of revenue. I then give a donation to PTI or PML or whoever. Then that becomes foreign funding? What BS.

Moreover, Fazlu should know that the same article also mentions Abraaj group giving $20 million bribe to Nawaz Sharif, no comment about that?

“Imran Khan lied that Rs25 billion are in handy for reserves, only $8 billion reserves were there when he left the PM’s office,” the JUIF chief said.

Why the heck did the units change from Rs to $ in a single sentence?

25 billion PKR means $1 billion...so he is saying that IK said that foreign reserves are $1 billion but actually they are 8?

Either the journalistic standards are taking a nosedive, or Fazlu is on some poor quality diesel.
 

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Fazlo is now the new son of Nawaz Sharif .... ya vo G**** has jab issa hiab manga... tuu ...NAB pa attack ka threat dia ............ magar harmkhor na hisab nahi diaa...
 

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Jamiat-e-Ulema Fazl (JUIF) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has defended the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) decision to remove Imran Khan as prime minister by a no-trust vote, saying that had the PTI chairman been allowed to continue in office, Pakistan would have disintegrated.

At a press conference in Peshawar on Sunday, Fazlur Rehman, who heads the PDM, also downplayed the claims that there was any disagreement among the PDM parties or leaders over completing the remaining terms of the federal government.

He also said that it was not true that the PPP and JUIF had pushed the PML-N into an unpleasant situation. Nawaz Sharif approved even the final statement, he said.

He stressed that the PDM government would complete its term and general elections would be held after that.

Fazlur Rehman said that Imran Khan destroyed the Gwadar deep sea port and that the PDM’s first priority was to safeguard the CPEC and the investment from China.

Fazlur Rehman said that the Financial Times story on the sources of PTI’s funding has established that Imran Khan was propped into power with foreign funding to scuttle the CPEC project.

“Yesterday, the story about Abraaj Group surfaced … showing how much money was pumped into PTI.”

Fazlur Rehman said that Abu Dhabi’s rulers had funded the PTI so that Imran Khan is propped into power at every cost and then scuttled the CPEC.

Measures for salvaging the economy​

He said Imran Khan had left the country in a quagmire and it was not easy to get free.

“Imran Khan lied that Rs25 billion are in handy for reserves, only $8 billion reserves were there when he left the PM’s office,” the JUIF chief said.

He said that unlike Imran Khan the coalition government has come forth with long-term goals to bring prosperity to the country and these plans would be announced within the next few days.

Referring to the planned two-day PDM summit, the JUIF chief said that measures to improve the economy would be announced on Wednesday.

Regarding by-elections for vacant national assembly seats, the seasoned far-right politician said the PDM will field joint candidates.

He said the candidates will be the ones who were runner-up in the 2018 general elections.

The PDM chief said that all of Pakistan’s religious, secular, and nationalist parties had united at the moment because they recognized that there was a threat to the country’s existence.

Fata merger​

Fazlur Rehan also spokes about the demands of people from the erstwhile Fata, saying that the locals were capable of defending themselves but the state has taken away arms from them.

The maulana said he plans to meet the prime minister in this regard.

He demanded that the local police and administration should be empowered to end this issue.

The PDM lead also pointed out that the gas reserves discovered in the region belong to the locals and hence the benefits of development should reach them.

He hoped that the government would address the problems faced by the youth of such underdeveloped areas and initiate programs to help them achieve success in the future.
Sir JI, do some real work. You just spend so much time finding statements against IK. So desperate like molana!!
 

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PDM chief names Mideastern country for funding PTI, says economic stability measures to be announced on Wednesday
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Jamiat-e-Ulema Fazl (JUIF) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has defended the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) decision to remove Imran Khan as prime minister by a no-trust vote, saying that had the PTI chairman been allowed to continue in office, Pakistan would have disintegrated.

At a press conference in Peshawar on Sunday, Fazlur Rehman, who heads the PDM, also downplayed the claims that there was any disagreement among the PDM parties or leaders over completing the remaining terms of the federal government.

He also said that it was not true that the PPP and JUIF had pushed the PML-N into an unpleasant situation. Nawaz Sharif approved even the final statement, he said.

He stressed that the PDM government would complete its term and general elections would be held after that.

Fazlur Rehman said that Imran Khan destroyed the Gwadar deep sea port and that the PDM’s first priority was to safeguard the CPEC and the investment from China.

Fazlur Rehman said that the Financial Times story on the sources of PTI’s funding has established that Imran Khan was propped into power with foreign funding to scuttle the CPEC project.

“Yesterday, the story about Abraaj Group surfaced … showing how much money was pumped into PTI.”

Fazlur Rehman said that Abu Dhabi’s rulers had funded the PTI so that Imran Khan is propped into power at every cost and then scuttled the CPEC.

Measures for salvaging the economy​

He said Imran Khan had left the country in a quagmire and it was not easy to get free.

“Imran Khan lied that Rs25 billion are in handy for reserves, only $8 billion reserves were there when he left the PM’s office,” the JUIF chief said.

He said that unlike Imran Khan the coalition government has come forth with long-term goals to bring prosperity to the country and these plans would be announced within the next few days.

Referring to the planned two-day PDM summit, the JUIF chief said that measures to improve the economy would be announced on Wednesday.

Regarding by-elections for vacant national assembly seats, the seasoned far-right politician said the PDM will field joint candidates.

He said the candidates will be the ones who were runner-up in the 2018 general elections.

The PDM chief said that all of Pakistan’s religious, secular, and nationalist parties had united at the moment because they recognized that there was a threat to the country’s existence.

Fata merger​

Fazlur Rehan also spokes about the demands of people from the erstwhile Fata, saying that the locals were capable of defending themselves but the state has taken away arms from them.

The maulana said he plans to meet the prime minister in this regard.

He demanded that the local police and administration should be empowered to end this issue.

The PDM lead also pointed out that the gas reserves discovered in the region belong to the locals and hence the benefits of development should reach them.

He hoped that the government would address the problems faced by the youth of such underdeveloped areas and initiate programs to help them achieve success in the future.


Oh ... I see.
Wasn't last time this blame on Bhutto? His father was one of the architects of that 'mantra'.
Now generation next is paying the price and licking the feet of the 'Bhutto/Zardari' clan.

This is how one pays the price of his and his ancestor's misdeeds and wrongdoings - take a break to check the history of his dynasty.
 

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Jamiat-e-Ulema Fazl (JUIF) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has defended the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) decision to remove Imran Khan as prime minister by a no-trust vote, saying that had the PTI chairman been allowed to continue in office, Pakistan would have disintegrated.

At a press conference in Peshawar on Sunday, Fazlur Rehman, who heads the PDM, also downplayed the claims that there was any disagreement among the PDM parties or leaders over completing the remaining terms of the federal government.

He also said that it was not true that the PPP and JUIF had pushed the PML-N into an unpleasant situation. Nawaz Sharif approved even the final statement, he said.

He stressed that the PDM government would complete its term and general elections would be held after that.

Fazlur Rehman said that Imran Khan destroyed the Gwadar deep sea port and that the PDM’s first priority was to safeguard the CPEC and the investment from China.

Fazlur Rehman said that the Financial Times story on the sources of PTI’s funding has established that Imran Khan was propped into power with foreign funding to scuttle the CPEC project.

“Yesterday, the story about Abraaj Group surfaced … showing how much money was pumped into PTI.”

Fazlur Rehman said that Abu Dhabi’s rulers had funded the PTI so that Imran Khan is propped into power at every cost and then scuttled the CPEC.

Measures for salvaging the economy​

He said Imran Khan had left the country in a quagmire and it was not easy to get free.

“Imran Khan lied that Rs25 billion are in handy for reserves, only $8 billion reserves were there when he left the PM’s office,” the JUIF chief said.

He said that unlike Imran Khan the coalition government has come forth with long-term goals to bring prosperity to the country and these plans would be announced within the next few days.

Referring to the planned two-day PDM summit, the JUIF chief said that measures to improve the economy would be announced on Wednesday.

Regarding by-elections for vacant national assembly seats, the seasoned far-right politician said the PDM will field joint candidates.

He said the candidates will be the ones who were runner-up in the 2018 general elections.

The PDM chief said that all of Pakistan’s religious, secular, and nationalist parties had united at the moment because they recognized that there was a threat to the country’s existence.

Fata merger​

Fazlur Rehan also spokes about the demands of people from the erstwhile Fata, saying that the locals were capable of defending themselves but the state has taken away arms from them.

The maulana said he plans to meet the prime minister in this regard.

He demanded that the local police and administration should be empowered to end this issue.

The PDM lead also pointed out that the gas reserves discovered in the region belong to the locals and hence the benefits of development should reach them.

He hoped that the government would address the problems faced by the youth of such underdeveloped areas and initiate programs to help them achieve success in the future.
Agree.

Currently Pakistan rupees is 250.
It was 180 before a vast improvement in it's value
 

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