ISLAMABAD: A call to formalize its alliance in the name of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and the resignation of Prime Minister Imran Khan of the country’s main opposition parties on Sunday marked the beginning of a three-phase government under an “operation”. What There are plans to launch nationwide rallies next month, demonstrations and rallies in December and a “decisive long march” to Islamabad in January 2021.
Opposition leaders say a briefing to journalists at the end of a more than eight-hour PPP-led Multilateral Conference (MPC), which led to the ouster of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and former President Asif Ali Zardari. Opposition leaders said. He announced that he would use all political and democratic options, including “demanding the resignation of the elected Prime Minister and ending the role of the Establishment in politics”, no-confidence motions and a massive resignation from Parliament. Included.
In the presence of PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif and Vice President Maryam Nawaz, PPP President Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and other key opposition leaders, JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman briefed the media on the details of the “plan”. Informed Attend a briefing with the press after the MPC.
The JUI-F chief also read out a 26-point statement before the announcement of the “Action Plan” aimed at removing the current government from power, which included a number of demands, including “Elimination of Establishment Interference in Politics”. New free and fair elections, elections without reforms, without the role of the armed forces and intelligence services, release of political prisoners, return of cases against journalists, implementation of the National Action Plan against Terrorism, within the China Economic Corridor Board And beyond that, the responsibility of directors under the new Responsibility Act in China’s projects.
Announce a three-phase anti-government movement from next month
Maulana Fazl said that a special committee would be formed soon to finalize its programs under the action plan and the dates of meetings and other activities would be announced. The JUI-F chief called the current parliament a “rubber stamp” and announced that the opposition would no longer co-operate with the government in parliament. He said that the opposition parties would like people from all walks of life to take part in the protest movement.
Through the resolution, the opposition parties also demanded the dismissal of Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Information, retired Lieutenant General Asim Saleem Bajwa and a transparent investigation into media reports on his business and activities abroad. He said that the manner in which politicians have been treated should be investigated. The resolution calls on the judiciary, the defense forces, the bureaucracy and all members of parliament to be held accountable under the same law.
“This meeting declares that the present elected government has been empowered by the Establishment which has imposed it on the people through electoral fraud. The meeting expressed grave concern over the growing role of the Establishment in politics and called it national security. Declared a threat to and the country’s institutions.
He said the government’s “failed policies” had destroyed the country’s economy, threatening national defense, nuclear capability and sovereignty.
He said the MPC had rejected the idea of implementing a presidential system in the country, adding that it would not compromise on the supremacy of parliament.
The MPC also expressed concern over the rise in prices, the rise in terrorist incidents and the failure to implement the NEP on terrorism. He also expressed concern over the rising tensions in the country over recent sectarian incidents, calling them “dangerous and the result of the government’s criminal negligence”.
The MPC has expressed concern over the filing of references and cases against direct and impartial judges. It called the resolution passed at a September 17 Pakistan Bar Council conference an obstacle to the current judicial appointment process and an independent judiciary.
The MPC demanded that “missing persons” be brought to justice and that the process of raising people be stopped. He rejected the plan to hold local body elections on non-partisan basis and demanded implementation of Tehreek-e-Haqooq Balochistan program. The MPC has called for the formation of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission since 1947 to truly document the country’s history. He decided to revise the Democracy Charter signed by the PPP and the PML-N in 2006 and a committee will be formed for this.