PTI claims Ulema back march plan, judicial probe demand – Pakistan


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-Insaf (PTI) on Sunday claimed to have received support from religious scholars, from various thought schools, on their planned trip to Islamabad against the Pakistani Muslim League-Nawaz government.

Theologians demanded a high-level commission to investigate the plot to oust the PTI-led coalition government, according to the PTI report.

Religious scholars include Sarwat Ejaz Qadri, Sahibzada Abul Khair Zubair, Sahibzada Hamid Raza, Mohammad Ajmal Qadri, Maulana Gul Naseeb, Dr Sabeel Ikram, Nasir Sherazi, Maulana Shujaul Mulk, Dr Ehsan Danish and Syed Ziaullah Chairman Shah PTI Impul -Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Senator Ejaz Ahmed Chaudhry, Ali Mohammad Khan and others.

The PTI stated that religious analysts wanted to be detained out of suspicion of outside conspiracy during a court investigation.

The former PM demands turncoats for seats reserved for confinement

According to the group, the meeting expressed concern over the dismissal of the PTI government by conspiracy and unanimously agreed to a solution.

The ruling stated that Pakistan is a Muslim democratic country based on the name “Laa ilaaha illal Lahoo Mohammadur RasoolUllah” and that many people have the right to exercise these powers through a house designated according to the rules of the Quran and Sunnah.

The ruling stated that Mr Khan, as prime minister, had worked diligently to protect Islam from the shameful acts of blasphemy worldwide. He added that the views and services of the PTI chairperson on the protection of Islamic cultural heritage are astounding and the inclusion of Serat-ur-Rasul (PBUH) in the curriculum and the establishment of the Rehmat-ul-Alameen Authority are also. signs of Mr. Khan’s deep devotion to Islam and the Holy Prophet (PBUH).

Earlier while addressing a gathering of Punjab lawmakers in Islamabad on Sunday, the PTI chief said lawmakers elected to reserved seats and “sold” their loyalty should be “sent to prison directly”.

Giving the reason for his statement, Mr Khan said one constituency could argue that PTI was not popular in his area and he should leave the ship. “That is still understandable,” quoted him as saying [but] how one can go [to the other side] in a reserved seat? They have clearly sold their conscience. They should be ashamed […] they should be sent to prison directly.

He also paid tribute to the efforts of lawmakers to “fight until the last ball” at the Punjab Convention. “I went to meet Asia [Amjad]. He looked better. He can’t speak yet but he is fine in another way, thank God, ”he said.

As Ms. Amjad was being treated for a blood clot in her brain at a Lahore hospital, the PTI claimed the law had been “tortured” by police and PML-N “ions” during a riot at the Punjab Convention on April 16 during an election. the minister was arrested.

The PTI chairperson realized that although Ms Amjad could not speak when she visited him, she was full of love. “You all went to the test and did very well — some of them excelled,” she said, referring specifically to “Pindi’s team” and the performance of female lawmakers.

On the other hand, he said people would remind children of those curling coats that his team threw at them for what they did. “Our people have told me we can buy their people. We need one billion dollars and can buy eight to nine people [lawmakers belonging to other parties]. I have received such a gift, “he said, adding that a number of people were also” ready “to donate money.

But I have made a wise decision.

MPs are urged to use force

He declared that turncoats would not be able to win another election. “Their political days are over. They did not understand, they thought it was like in the past. They do not know that this country has changed completely, ”he said.

He called on lawmakers to take advantage of the current situation and prepare their vote bank. “None of you should waste this time, it will never come back,” he said, urging MPPA MPs to reach out to the people, assuring them that the masses would meet them respectfully.

Published Parhlo, May 9, 2022

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