Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman said on Saturday that the country is facing economic pressure.
Speaking to media in Peshawar, Rehman said, "Only our country is facing pressure in line with the seminaries."
"We want to see the uplifting of the constitution and law in the country," he said.
Expressing his thoughts about the upcoming general elections, Rehman said: "The environment is becoming suitable to hold the elections. Now it is up to the masses to pick up the rulers at will."
He acknowledged the sacrifices made by the people of Gaza.
– Balloon without air –
Rehman on Tuesday fired a fresh salvo at the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), saying the party is "balloon without air."
Expressing his thoughts in Islamabad, Rehman said: "The JUI-F is ready to go for the elections. There is a dire need to have such an environment, which is necessary to hold elections in a prominent way."
Underscoring the importance of the masses, Rehman stated, "The premier will be elected at the masses' will. The people will take the decision of the country's fate."
– Never promoted sectarianism –
Rehman said that his party had never promoted sectarianism in the country.
Speaking to the media in Multan, Rehman said, "We have staged politics and ensured to maintain socio-religious values. We have to ensure that we speak in a gentle way if there are any differences of opinion. We do not have to use any foul language."
Underscoring the importance of uplifting social values across the country, Rehman said, "There is a dire need to develop social connection with the masses."