Thousands of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) protesters continued to block highways across Pakistan for a fourth consecutive day on Sunday as part of the party’s ‘Plan B’.
Employees of the JUI-F and Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami parties continued to block the Quetta-Chaman highway, interrupted delivery to Afghanistan and affected traffic, leading to long queues.
Similarly, JUI-F employees in Bannu protested on the Indus Highway, affecting traffic flow.
In Karachi, the protests continued on the fourth day of the central river road. There are a large number of police and foresters on the spot.
Jishi-F central leader Rashid Soomro said in a speech to the participants of the sit-in of Khairpur that the sit-in plan was a success.
He added: “We have plans to go to Z, but the government will go through Plan C.”
On Saturday, JUI-F employees remained seated quietly on GT Road and the Dera Ismail Khan National Highway in Nowshera near Hakimabad, as well as Indus Highway Link Road and Malakand.