Maulana Fazl announces nationwide protest for two weeks

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Pakistan Democratic Motion (PDM) head Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Sunday introduced countrywide protests towards rising inflation and poor financial insurance policies for 2 weeks.

The JUI-F chief made the assertion whereas speaking to the journalists right here in Islamabad on Sunday.

Maulana Fazl additionally criticised that the PTI-led authorities over dropping a “petrol bomb” on the nation. We’ll run a national motion towards the inflation and the PDM will make subsequent plan after finishing the primary section, he maintained.

The PDM head requested the general public to take to the streets towards rising inflation, unemployment. He additional mentioned a session of PDM could be held in Islamabad tomorrow (Monday) the place essential choices can be taken relating to lengthy march and protest demonstrations.

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Maulana Fazlur Rehman, Opposition Chief in Nationwide Meeting Shehbaz Sharif had determined to launch a nationwide motion towards inflation throughout a phone dialog.

Shehbaz Sharif and the JUI-F chief agreed to take to the streets to avoid wasting the nation from issues and wrecked economic system.

The PML-N president endorsed the choice to launch a full-fledged motion towards the worst inflation within the nation, whereas the leaders determined to affix different opposition events within the nation.

The 2 leaders agreed to carry countrywide motion, protest rallies and marches to get the nation out of its houses to put it aside from inflation, unemployment and worst financial state of affairs.

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The PML-N president has demanded withdrawal of worth hike after failure negotiations with IMF. He mentioned that the nation ought to be instructed why negotiations on electrical energy, gasoline, petrol and sugar failed. “The persons are overwhelmed by inflation. Their financial homicide ought to be stopped,” he mentioned.