Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the leader of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), has proposed the establishment of a joint commission comprising members from both Pakistan and Afghanistan to address issues between these neighboring nations.
During his Sunday address to the party’s provincial council, the JUI-F chief expressed his belief that Pakistan and Afghanistan can effectively tackle their challenges through the creation of a collaborative commission. He emphasized his party’s eagerness to actively engage in this initiative.
Additionally, in a statement issued by JUI-F’s media wing, the party leader voiced concerns about the prevailing law and order situation. This concern arose in the aftermath of an attack on a JUI-F convention in Bajaur and a recent assault on the party leader, Hafiz Hamdullah, in Balochistan.
He leveled accusations, alleging that former Prime Minister Imran Khan intentionally led the country into an economic crisis as part of a global agenda. Furthermore, he contended that the recent hike in petroleum product prices directly resulted from agreements signed by Imran Khan during his tenure with the International Monetary Fund.
He adamantly asserted that Imran Khan’s leadership was motivated by hidden agendas, implying that he was ‘selected’ to undermine Islamic culture and pave the way for secularism in the country. Moreover, he claimed that there were concerted efforts to establish diplomatic relations with Israel and to remove the constitutional article concerning the finality of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).