JUI-F's planned sit-in still in 'grey list': Sheikh Rasheed.


LAHORE -- Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed on Saturday termed suspending negotiations to settle political disputes as 'undemocratic', while hinting at possible deal with Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl's (JUIF) chief Fazlur Rehman - who has planned anti-government agitation called Azadi March by the end of October. Rasheed held a press conference and stated ironically: 'Even if all chaudharies die, Maulana cannot come into power [to form government]. ' 'The sit-in is still in the grey list [...] the JUI-F has still not talked of holding a sit-in, ' he said, while claiming that Rehman's political career would end 'on the signals of those who have asked him to play. '

'This time, if [an attempt] is made to strike democracy...

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