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PDM will demand contemporary elections in lengthy march: Fazlur Rehman

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  • PDM chief says lengthy march shall be held to demand contemporary elections
  • “We will sit there. Imran Khan will be put under public pressure,” says Fazlur Rehman
  • Denies any “secret talks with anyone” by him or anybody in PDM

Pakistan Democratic Motion chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Sunday stated that the “long march” on March 26 shall be held for one specific function: to demand contemporary elections since this authorities is “not acceptable”.

Fazlur Rehman stated this throughout an interview with Geo Information on programme “Jirga”.

He stated the march is not going to be so “we simply come and go”, including: “We will sit there.”

“Imran Khan will be put under public pressure,” the PDM chief stated.

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Fazlur Rehman, talking of the 11-party Opposition alliance’s anti-government marketing campaign up to now, which has seen quite a few rallies, stated: “The people’s war is fought in the people’s court.”

“We never needed to approach any other forum against election rigging,” he stated.

The PDM chief additionally denied any “secret talks with anyone”. “I or the PDM do not need to speak secretly with anyone,” he stated.

Fazlur Rehman, in his wide-ranging interview, additionally spoke of the probe by the Nationwide Accountability Bureau towards him, saying: “No one, including NAB, can hold me accountable for anything.”

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He stated that he had been a parliamentarian since 1988 however didn’t a lot as make a “mud hut” in Islamabad.

The PDM chief stated that “we are all one nation against India or other enemy forces”.

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