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PDM’s lengthy march is probably not efficient if Opposition doesn’t resign from Parliament: Fazl

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  • Fazl says PDM lengthy march will not be efficient if members do not submit their resignations from assemblies.
  • Says PDM will devise a last technique in tomorrow’s assembly relating to the lengthy march in addition to the alliance’s future plan of action.
  • Says even the coronavirus can not cease the 11-party alliance from continuing with the lengthy march.

PESHAWAR: The chief of the Pakistan Democratic Motion (PDM) Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Monday mentioned it was his private opinion that if the Opposition MNAs and MPAs don’t submit their resignations, then the lengthy march is probably not efficient.

Chatting with journalists in Peshawar, the JUI-F chief mentioned the technique associated to the lengthy march — which is scheduled to happen on March 26 —  might be finalised through the PDM’s assembly tomorrow (Tuesday), Geo Information reported. 

“The submission of resignations to the Parliament is also on the agenda of the meeting,” Fazl mentioned.

The PDM chief mentioned that the timing of the lengthy march might be determined after session with all members of the Opposition through the assembly. 

“All parties of the PDM have mutually decided to start the long march on March 26 and [even] coronavirus cannot stop us from proceeding,” Fazl careworn. 

Fazl mentioned that previously, members of various events “misused their votes” however the betrayal of a single celebration member doesn’t weaken the stance of the Opposition. 

“The betrayal of an individual party member should not be associated with the policy or narrative of the entire party, as such a practice is not appropriate,” mentioned Fazl, including that the Opposition is united and the PDM will probe in tomorrow’s assembly on why their votes decreased [in the Senate chairman’s election].

Replying to a query, Fazl mentioned that “party loyalties are probably changing because there might be some sort of pressure behind it.”

“There might be greed or threats involved [because of which people traded loyalties]. Someone must be behind it,” Fazl concluded.

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