- PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman says angle of PPP through the PDM assembly was “undemocratic”.
- Says PPP has requested for a while to deliberate upon the choice to resign from parliament, so the PDM will look forward to a reply.
- Says he did not need to attend the press convention however everybody had insisted that he accomplish that.
ISLAMABAD: The chief of Pakistan Democratic Motion (PDM) Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Tuesday mentioned that the “attitude of the PPP during the PDM meeting was undemocratic.”
Speaking to Geo Information, Maulana Fazlur Rehman mentioned that 9 of the events within the assembly had been in favour of submitting resignations to the parliament, however the PPP was in opposition to it.
“The PPP has asked for some time to deliberate upon the decision, so the PDM will wait for a reply,” Fazl mentioned.
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Fazlur Rehman had abruptly left the press convention after saying the choice to delay the lengthy march. As Fazl left the press convention, PML-N’s vice-president Maryam Nawaz known as out to him, requesting him to take some questions, however he didn’t hear.
“I did not want to come to the press conference,” Fazlur Rahman mentioned later, including that different PDM members had insisted that he deal with the press briefing.
“I made the announcement and left. What else could I have said?” Fazl questioned.
He insisted that the PDM nonetheless stands united.
The PDM had earlier deliberate an extended march to oust the PTI-led authorities on March 26. However for the reason that PPP has proven hesitation relating to the submission of resignations to the parliament and has requested for time, the march has been postponed.