The good moments in politics in Pakistan are just that — moments.
JUI F March
JUI F March
The use of street power has been a part of Pakistan’s political journey since its inception.
While boldly declaring that "victory is near", Fazlur Rehman says that "even looking back would be a sin now".
Amount is payable to contractors/vendors whose services were hired for security arrangements during the 13-day sit-in.
JUI-F chief will take opposition into confidence over "secret talks held to bring an end to the government": sources.
That has to change if longevity in office is a goal.
"PML-Q is an ally of the PTI government and we have a unanimous strategy under the leadership of PM Imran," he says.
JUI-F chief says workers are being mobilised for a countrywide movement against government at district level.
JUI-F’s Wassay says that opposition parties had proved their strength in Islamabad’s Azadi march.
Durrani says the opposition will instead hold joint jalsas at the district level as part of its anti-govt movement.
JUI-F has 'mobilised masses' to topple the government, claims JUI-F chief.
Charged workers carrying banners and flags raise slogans against the PTI leadership.
PML-N, PPP express ignorance about the specific agenda for the meeting.
Slams opposition parties for evading accountability by staging 'a circus on container'.
Party is in spotlight after remarks in favour of Fazl, Nawaz.
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Says credit goes to PM Imran and Interior Minister retired Brig Ijaz Shah for wisely handling the JUI-F sit-in.
FIR has been lodged against 250 baton-armed people, including leaders and workers who blocked roads, say police.
There have been murmurs in Maulana Fazl’s camp about how the big two in the opposition have let him down.
Officials insist force won’t be used, DCs to convince party leaders to end road blockades.
"Details of the decision made by opposition parties have not yet been shared," says Saeed Ghani.
Unless it is a bluff that some believe it will turn out to be, the plan shows an inclination for violent confrontation.
Claims Azadi march has transformed JUI-F into key political force; PPP not to allow road blockade in Sindh.
Residents say protesters should not have been allowed to camp on a busy road in middle of city.
Office-bearers of the party have sought time for consultation.
If there are many in a party who don’t agree with the final decision, is it enough that it is the ‘right’ decision?
"We want the protest to end as soon as possible," Suri says regarding the JUI-F sit-in.
Maulana is forcing every stakeholder in this system, including the citizens, to focus on him. But to what end?
Frenzied mullahs can be a terrifying sight.
JUI-F sympathisers in mosques urge people during Friday congregations to join sit-in.