Pakistan's opposition parties led by Maulana Fazl to protest in Islamabad

26 Oct 2019 08:48 PM

Pakistan's opposition parties led by Maulana Fazl to protest in Islamabad

Updated 26 Oct 2019 08:48 PM

Crucial talks between the government and the opposition over the JUI-F's October 31 'Azadi March', which will call for Prime Imran Khan's resignation, ended without any results.
The opposition agreed to hold talks with the government team after Khan on Wednesday announced that he would allow the march to proceed as long as parameters laid out by courts for a lawful protest were not breached.
JUI-F chief Maulana Fazl had announced in June that his party had decided to hold an anti-government long march to Islamabad in the month of October in a bid to topple the government, which he sad had come to power through "fake" elections.
Fazl had first set October 27 as the date for the long march, but later deferred it till October 31.

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