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Expresses optimism about timely elections; stresses importance of ongoing consultations to shape the political landscape
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Maulana Fazlur Rahman, chairman of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and chief of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), highlighted that Western nations’ attempts to taint Islam under the guise of terrorism had failed.

He said this during his visit to Karachi where he met Pir Sadruddin Shah at his residence. Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza and Fahmida Mirza were also present.

Talking to media after meeting, he asserted that no provocative messages were given that would support such conspiracies, and categorically opposed any desecration of holy books.

After the meeting, Fazlur Rehman stated that Pakistan is being blackmail on internationally, with Western forces using the IMF as a front to pressure China and hinder its investments in the country.

Nevertheless, he noted that foreign exchange reserves are improving rapidly, and mega projects have resumed in Pakistan.

Commenting on Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif’s return, Mr Rehman said that it is ultimately former prime minister’s decision to make, and if he chooses to return, the people will welcome him.

The JUI-F chief further expressed optimism about timely elections and stressed the importance of ongoing consultations and discussions to shape the political landscape.

Referring to the PTI chairman, the PDM chairman mentioned that he believes the PTI’s influence is diminishing, and it would be preferable not to focus on the PTI chairman.

Regarding seat adjustments, he suggested that sub-organisations of districts should explore benefits and make necessary adjustments.

On the occasion, Pir Sadruddin Shah expressed gratitude for Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s visit and mentioned that they exchanged suggestions during the meeting.
 
Expresses optimism about timely elections; stresses importance of ongoing consultations to shape the political landscape
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Maulana Fazlur Rahman, chairman of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and chief of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), highlighted that Western nations’ attempts to taint Islam under the guise of terrorism had failed.

He said this during his visit to Karachi where he met Pir Sadruddin Shah at his residence. Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza and Fahmida Mirza were also present.

Talking to media after meeting, he asserted that no provocative messages were given that would support such conspiracies, and categorically opposed any desecration of holy books.

After the meeting, Fazlur Rehman stated that Pakistan is being blackmail on internationally, with Western forces using the IMF as a front to pressure China and hinder its investments in the country.

Nevertheless, he noted that foreign exchange reserves are improving rapidly, and mega projects have resumed in Pakistan.

Commenting on Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif’s return, Mr Rehman said that it is ultimately former prime minister’s decision to make, and if he chooses to return, the people will welcome him.

The JUI-F chief further expressed optimism about timely elections and stressed the importance of ongoing consultations and discussions to shape the political landscape.

Referring to the PTI chairman, the PDM chairman mentioned that he believes the PTI’s influence is diminishing, and it would be preferable not to focus on the PTI chairman.

Regarding seat adjustments, he suggested that sub-organisations of districts should explore benefits and make necessary adjustments.

On the occasion, Pir Sadruddin Shah expressed gratitude for Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s visit and mentioned that they exchanged suggestions during the meeting.
مجھے پیٹرول اسمگل کرنے دو ورنہ پاکستان توڑ دوں گا۔
بیشک فضلو نے کبھی کوئی بلیک میلنگ نہیں کی۔
 
I think that the intersection of international pressures and local politics can really shape the future. Speaking of which, I recently came across some insightful tips on dealing with online blackmail through digital investigation at https://digitalinvestigation.com/blog/blackmail/how-to-deal-with-blackmail-online/. It got me thinking about how crucial it is to stay vigilant online. The implications of such issues, whether in politics or personal security, are profound. It's a reminder for all of us to stay informed and proactive in safeguarding our digital identities. Let's continue exchanging ideas and staying aware of these important issues affecting us all.
 
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