Faisal Javed warns opposition not to take any unconstitutional measure in azadi march.

 
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ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senator Faisal Javed on Thursday warned the opposition parties that none of their unconstitutional measure in their forthcoming azadi march would be tolerated at any cost, as the country is already facing precarious situation under which any clash can damage our national interests and the Kashmir cause.

Talking to private news channel, he regretted over the conspiracy being hatched by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal (JUI-F) Chief Maulana Fazal ur Rehman against the democratically elected government which would harm the Kashmir cause.

Criticizing the JUI-F call for Azadi March, he said protest should be peaceful, adding, damaging public and private property is not right.

He said that the Kashmir issue has been put aside since the time Maulana started his Azadi March plan which was a great injustice with the Kashmiri people.

Senator further said Prime Minister Imran Khan has successfully internationalized the issue of Kashmir, which has been lingering on for the last five decades but now Mulana diverting world attention through these blackmailing tactics to get his personal interests.

He said Mulana Fazal was trying to destabilize the country through dharnas (sit-ins) and politics of confrontation.

He said JUI-F chief wanted to divert the attention of whole world from the real cause of Kashmir by staging drama of protests and marches in the country.

He said the Mualana's agenda was aiming at destruction and to getting seats through the backdoor while Imran Khan's agenda was to make Pakistan stronger and prosperous and foiling India's nefarious designs in Indian occupied Kashmir.

Faisal Javed said opposition will be allowed to protest in Islamabad as long as they would remain peaceful.

Maulana Fazal ur Rehman should reconsider his decision about Azadi March as it was seriously affecting Kashmir cause.

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