All Parties Conference: Opposition demands resignation of PM Imran, announces long march

All Parties Conference: Opposition demands resignation of PM Imran, announces long march

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Islamabad: The 11-party opposition parties (APC) chaired by Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari (APC) called for Prime Minister Imran Khan to resign.

The 26-point resolution passed by the APC stated that the opposition has decided to form a national alliance in the name of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM).

The 26-point resolution passed by the APC stated that the opposition has decided to form a national alliance in the name of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM).

The resolution was announced by Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the head of JUI-F, at a press conference at the end of APC on Sunday.

He said the resolution announced that the current government had been granted false stability by the institutions imposed on the people by rigging elections. The resolution expressed concern about the agency’s increasing interference in the internal affairs.

The person in charge of JUI-F said that the resolution calls for free and fair elections in the country, calls for electoral reforms, and releases members arrested in false cases.

Fazlur Rehman said: “This disorderly behavior also condemns the evil intentions of abolishing Punjab’s local institutions, implementing a presidential system in the country and cutting the budget for higher education.”

He said: “The selected government has ruined the lives of ordinary people due to inflation, unemployment and tax increases, and demanded an immediate reduction in the prices of flour, sugar, ghee, electricity and natural gas.”

Fazlur Rehman said that the “election” of the government was the cause of Kashmir’s downfall. The resolution also requires the implementation of Aghaz-e-Haqooq Balochistan and the restoration of the civil rights of Balochistan instead of FC.

The person in charge of JUI-F said that APC expressed serious concern about the government’s “complete failure” of Afghanistan’s policy.

The person in charge of JUI-F said that the resolution called for the establishment of a committee to compile the truth commission and the Pakistan Charter to record the history from 1947 to the present. The committee will determine the direction of the Islamic democratic welfare state, and the National League will launch an organized protest movement against the government.

He said that the resolution pointed out that the country’s terrorist incidents had increased due to the failure to implement the National Action Plan, adding that the inexperienced government had endangered the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

The unanimous resolution of the opposition calls for transparent elections in Gilgit-Baltistan. APC also approved the Pakistan Bar Association’s resolution calling for an end to the disappearance of Pakistani nationals.

Earlier today, Asif Ali Zardari, former president and PPP co-chairman, said in a speech that they will send government personnel to restore democracy and save the country. He added that the foundation of a country is democracy, followed by prosperity.

Asif Zardari also thanked PML-N supremo for accepting the invitation of the PPP, and said that Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif signed the Democratic Charter, and the two sides cooperated to remove Musharraf and pass the 18th amendment.

He further said that the Eighteenth Amendment is a wall of the constitution, and because of this amendment, no one can look at the constitution with evil eyes.

“We have never seen such stringent censorship across the country,” Zardari stated. “This reflects on the weakness of the government. It is impossible to curtail the emerging voices of the media.

The ex-president also especially welcomed PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz, saying he was “fully aware of the hardships you’ve been through and respect that”.

“My solidarity is with Maryam Nawaz Sharif; she is like my daughters, she has suffered a lot in her struggle, and we stand by her.

“My message to Pakistani people is that we have not united together to save democracy in the country and with the press, we will win through this,” he added.

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