Pakistan’s opposition parties form alliance to oust Govt

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The major opposition parties of Pakistan demanding country’s Prime Minister Imran Khan’s immediate resignation.

According to details, the country’s major Opposition parties have launched an alliance to hold a countrywide protest movement to oust PTI led government.

A joint resolution consisting on 26 points was adopted on Sunday by the All-Parties Conference (APC), which was hosted by the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and attended by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) and several other parties.

At a joint press conference after the end of the multi-party meeting, JUI-F head, Mualana Fazl ur Rehman read out the resolution and said the opposition parties had agreed to launch an alliance called Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) to organise countrywide protests against the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government from October.

The resolution said that the Imran Khan’s government had been granted “fake stability by the same establishment” that interfered with the elections to make a government they see fit.

In a reference to the Pakistan army, the resolution expressed “extreme concern” over the increasing interference of the establishment in the country’s internal affairs and regarded it as a “danger to the nation’s stability and institutions”.

As per the PDM, the protests would start in phases. In the first phase, the opposition parties will hold joint rallies in all provinces in October. The second phase will begin in December. Finally, a “decisive” long march towards Islamabad would start in January. 

The 26-point resolution contains points such as, re-election and electoral reforms, they won’t cooperate with the current government in legislative process, demanding of collective resignation from assemblies.

The multi-party conference also called for presenting the “missing persons” before the judiciary and an end to the practice of lifting people. It rejected the plan for holding local government elections on non-party basis and called for implementation of the Aghaz-i-Huqooq Balochistan Programme.


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