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PM Imran Khan will have to resign: Shah Owais Noorani

SAMAA | - Posted: Oct 21, 2019 | Last Updated: 7 months ago
Posted: Oct 21, 2019 | Last Updated: 7 months ago
Says the premier will be undermined by his confidants

Jamiat Ulema Pakistan leader Shah Owais Noorani said on Monday that Prime Minister Imran Khan will have to tender his resignation in any case.

Speaking to SAMAA TV, Noorani said the incumbent government would be toppled as soon as the 'Azadi March' reached southern Punjab.

"Imran Khan's confidants will undermine him, who are also spying," he said. "These spies will make him take weak decisions by giving him wrong advices."

The JUP leader said that Shehbaz Sharif's statement of bringing betterment in six months after a change of government "is worth considering".

He said the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz president would participate in the march, while Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari would support them in Sindh.

Asked what if Fazl was arrested, Noorani said, "They do not have the courage to arrest Maulana".

The JUP leader also said that backchannel contacts were being made for a deal with former premier Nawaz Sharif.

In an interesting remark, he said the Jamaat-e-Islami has been "kept for a closing prayer".

The Jamiat Ulema Islam-Fazl has been preparing to march towards Islamabad later this month, aiming to topple Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government.

The march will enter Islamabad on October 31, Fazl announced earlier this month. It will begin on October 27 as announced earlier.

All the rallies would enter Islamabad together via the GT Road, according to the JUI-F chief.

Fazl has been trying to take all the opposition parties on-board with regard to the march. The PPP has so far been reluctant to join it, while the PML-N has said that it would participate in the anti-government protest in Islamabad on October 31.

The government has also formed a committee to negotiate with the JUI-F. It is headed by Defence Minister Pervez Khattak.

However, the two sides have not yet held any formal negotiations.

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      Sab  October 22, 2019 2:03 am/ Reply

    What is the reason for asking resignation. Corruption money laundering or what?

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      Pakistani  October 22, 2019 3:09 am/ Reply

    This is going to be the farewell march of JUI (F) along with every other corrupt opposition party…. Maulana Diesel, Shoowbaz Sharis and Billo Rani are going to be history. Good riddance.

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      viqar k. amani  October 22, 2019 10:39 am/ Reply

    Family backed JUP leader statement is really a matter of concern – as how these small totally irrelevant parties wish their desire to get some hold in main stream politics.

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      Abdul Kader Essa  October 22, 2019 8:33 pm/ Reply

    All of this is nothing short of a Flipping Circus! Insha’Allah PM Imran Khan is here to STAY and bring an end to all the Corruption, Money Laundering, Land Grab Mafia and much much more! Allah Azza Wa Jal has Chosen Imran Khan to steer the Nation and this beautiful Country in the Correct Direction.
    The Stupid March Morons are miserably unable to stop our Beloved KAPTAAN!

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      Abdul Kader Essa  October 22, 2019 8:42 pm/ Reply

    Come One! Come All! To the Islamabad City Hall! Our KAPTAAN will EAT ALL OF YOU for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner! You lowly bunch of CROOKS! Do yourselves a Big Favour! Don’t mess with IMRAN KHAN! He will certainly FINISH you CROOKS OFF without any effort! REMEMBER THAT! CHORS! DAAKOOS! CHEAP CROOKS! Understand that the Entire Nation is WITH OUR KAPTAAN! Most importantly, Allah Ta’aala is WITH our KAPTAAN!

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