Govt allows JUI-F to hold ‘Azadi March’ if it remains within limits of law

The government on Wednesday decided to allow the opposition’s’Azadi March’ protest in Islamabad go so long as parameters laid out by judges to get legal protest aren’t breached.

The conclusion was made following a group assigned to make a deal with the resistance presented its recommendations.

It had been determined during the interview that”the Government, using its firm belief in upholding democratic ideals, could enable the projected Azadi March, if it occurs within the ambit of legislation and the Constitution as interpreted from the conclusions of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and Islamabad High Court,” a short statement issued from the Prime Minister’s Office explained.

The protesters will be permitted to carry out provided that citizens’ life isn’t negatively impacted, in accord with the judgements of also the court that is high along with the Supreme Court.

The news jumped beneath reports the Islamabad authorities was issuing riot equipment and mobilising containers to cordon off sensitive regions of the capital town to stop protesters from marching on into the Red Zone.

JUI-F leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman had declared in June that his party had decided to maintain an anti-government extended march into Islamabad at the month of October in an effort to topple the authorities, which he gloomy had come to power via”fake” elections.

The Maulana had set October 27 as the date for its long run, but afterwards deferred it until October 31, stating they’d rather organise rallies on October 27 to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir, who’d be celebrating a black day throughout the world from Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir on this day.

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday had comprised a team to participate other opposition parties along with the JUI-F before the march that was planned. The leader on Saturday had awarded a go-ahead for the secretary general and Senator Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri of his party to fulfill the Senate chairman, that, telephone, had contacted him as part of the government negotiating team and searched a meeting.

On Sunday, following the PPP flocked into the discussions, Rehman had ceased his party’s delegation from fulfilling Sanjrani, stating a decision on discussions with the authorities would now be produced by the opposition collective Rehbar Committee.

On Monday, following a interview of this Rehbar Committee, JUI-F leader Akram Durrani told the press that the choice of discussions with the authorities will be subject to the celebration being allowed to take a calm’Azadi March’ on October 27.

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