LAHORE: Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) has closed highways in several parts of the country, expanding the scope of protest against the government under Plan B.
A sit-in was organized on Hub River Road in Karachi. JUI-F workers also closed Sukkur and Ghotki National Highway and staged a sit-in. Traffic is also suspended on the Indus Highway in Taunsa Sharif, while protests are being held in various places of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
According to the details, Plan B from Maulana Fazlur Rehman has been implemented. Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam allows sit-in led by Maulana Rashid Mahmood Soomro on Hub River Road in Karachi. JUI-F protesters blocked the highway that connected Karachi to the hub road. Traffic between the province of Sindh and the province of Baluzhi has been partially suspended.
The land connection between Sindh and Punjab was broken, resulting in long lines of vehicles.
Nowshera GT Road is closed in Hakimabad. According to local leaders, only ambulances can pass. Traffic on Pul Chowk in Malakand was also affected, and the Indus Highway on the Link Road of Karak was blocked, causing major traffic congestion.
At Bhatar Gram, PML-N and ANP militants, including JUI-F workers, blocked the Silk Road. By closing the roads in the plain of Chatar, people have serious problems.
On the other hand, Maulana Abdul Wasi of the Emir of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Balochistan has issued a plan to block the plan according to plan B from 16 to 18 November. Many national highways in the province. Friday in Huzdal and Lorraine.
He announced a timetable for blocking the national road during a press conference at the provincial office. The Quetta-Jacobabad motorway will be closed on November 16 at Dera Murad Jamali. The Quetta-Taftan and Fort Abdullah motorways are closed on November 17, while the Quetta-Gwadar and Quetta-Karachi motorways are closed on November 18.
He said that, given the weather conditions in Balu province, the national highway will be closed from morning until evening and the province will be closed on the same day after November 18.
In answering the question, Maulana Abdul Wasi said that the roots of the government in Islamabad have been cut off and must now be dismantled through protests on the national road. He added: “Azadi is silent in March and sits still and stays in this state.”