Fazl’s Azadi March to enter Islamabad on Oct 31

Fazl Azadi March to enter Islamabad on Oct 31
Islamabad: Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Wednesday announced that Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam Fazl’s (JUI-F) Azadi March will enter Islamabad on Oct 31.

Talking to media here in the federal capital today, Fazl announced to hold solidarity rallies on Oct 27 in support of the oppressed people of Indian-occupied Kashmir.

JUI-F has written a letter in this regard to Islamabad administration seeking permission to hold solidarity rallies.

“We will now join Kashmiris to observe Oct 27 as black day against illegitimate Indian occupation of J&K”, Maulana was quoted as saying.

On Oct 3, Fazlur Rehman had announced to begin Azadi March—aimed at the ouster of Imran Khan-led federal govt—on October 27.

The JUI-F chief added that he would give a detailed statement in this regard in the next two days.

"Protesters from across country will head towards the federal capital to send ruling coalition packing", Fazl warned government.

Lambasting the federal govt over its poor economic policies, Fazl cited severe concerns on evolving economic quagmire.

To a question, JUI-F chief replied that his party was in contact with all opposition parties and all decision were being taken after mutual consultation.

We will bring as many as 1.5 million people to Islamabad, claimed Fazl.