Interior Ministry of Pakistan has approval of the federal cabinet for action against the militia force of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl , sources said.
The ministry has been authorize under Article 146 for consultations with the province.
The Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl will be veto under Article 256 and section 2 of the related 1974 act.
According to the notice the provinces will handover powers through the interior ministry after consultation.
According to the summary, the JUI-F has constituted the armed wing, intelligence have reported.
The force recently marched in Peshawar with sticks, covered with barbed wires, report said.
“It seems the uniformed force intends to challenge the writ of the state and witnessed preparing for confrontation with the law enforcement agencies,”the militia force is consist of over 80,000 men”, the summary said.
There is apprehension of worsening of the law and order situation during the ‘Azadi March’,Creation of Force as an armed force is clear violation of Article 256 of the Constitution,” the report said.
It is not improbable that Ansarul Islam militia might have arms and its activities could pose threat to peace in Islamabad as well as in provinces, the summary said.
Article 256 prohibits formation of an armed organization. The N.A.P (National Action Plan) doesn’t permit an armed outfit,
The Federation under the Private Military Organization Act 1974 could order disbanding of any such organization, the summary added.