PESHAWAR -- The politicians and civil society here Sunday termed the demand of Jamiat Ulema Islam (JUI-F) Central Ameer Maulana Fazlur Rehman about resignation of the Prime Minister was illogical and unjustified in all respect.
"Imran Khan is the elected Prime Minister of Pakistan enjoying full confidence of the Parliament as well as masses and demand of his resignation by Maulana Sahib is an irrational, illogical and unacceptable," Syed Ishtiaq Urmar, Provincial Minister for Environment and Forest told reporter on Sunday.
He said if the trends of taking resignation from an elected Prime Minister through agitation politics was set today than no Prime Minister or democratically elected Government will complete his mandatory tenure of five years in future and ultimately democracy would be adversely suffered.
The Minister said if Maulana Fazlur Rehman or opposition parties have any genuine grievances or reservations should sit with the Government negotiating committee led by Defense Minister Pervez Khattak for addressal.
He said the whole responsibilities would be lied on Rehbar Committee and Maulana Fazlur Rehman if the agreement was violated and security situation was worsened in Islamabad.
He said the entire opposition including PPP, PMLN, ANP, JUIF has failed to make a powerful public show despite free hands by the Government.
He said the opposition parties despite different idealogies, were gathered against Government in Islamabad after seeing the massive successes of Prime Minister Imran Khan on all fronts including political, economic, social and diplomatic.
He said Prime Minister Imran Khan has bravely highlighted Kashmir issue at UN General Assembly by exposing the human rights abuses and attrocities at Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in a most effective manner.
The Minister said as per directions of Prime Minister, no hurdle was created for the so called Azadi march and all roads and motorways were opened from Karachi to Islamabad as per democratic norms and traditions.
He said the country was passing through difficult time and can not afford political instability and...