Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) has said that its workers and supporters would remain at Srinagar Highway till the result of the no-confidence motion, hinting at their plan to move to D-Chowk.
According to media reports, workers of the opposition parties believed that the “stage had been set” for the government’s removal and a last push was needed to topple the government. They said that the government had lost its repute because of price hike, unemployment and worsening economic conditions in the country.
Speaking with a local newspaper, a worker from the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz said that there were near 100 percent chances that the government would be removed via the no trust motion.
Another political worker from the Balochistan National Party (Mengal) lamented that the condition in the country was deteriorating, especially Balochistan where the law and order situation was at its worst.
Moreover, a worker from the JUI-F said that people had no choice but to commit suicide due to Imran Khan’s policies.
This comes after Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed on Sunday said that he would maintain law and order in Islamabad at all costs. He added that no one would be allowed to take the law into their own hands.