Maulana Fazlur Rehman invited the (N) League to sit in opposition.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman invited the (N) League to sit in opposition.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman invited the (N) League to sit in opposition.

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman, while inviting the Muslim League (N) to sit in the opposition instead of being part of the government, announced not to vote for Shahbaz Sharif for the Prime Minister's post.

Addressing a press conference, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said, "I invite (N) League to come and sit in the opposition; Nawaz (N) League Sharif was brought in with the hope of Pakistan."

Expressing reservations over the election results, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said, "The Election Commission of Pakistan has been suspicious since day one, denying our candidates a hearing, we will call a meeting of the Islamabad General Council on February 22."

The head of the JUI-F said, "We reject the election results as a whole; the elections have also broken the record of the 2018 results; we reject the statement of the Election Commission, which claims to make the election transparent; Parliament has lost its eligibility, and democracy is losing its case."

He said, "We will attend the assemblies with reservations; it appears that decisions will be made on the ground rather than in the assembly; international powers opposed to Islam have forced the JUI-F to fold; our crime is that we have supported Hamas, and spoken out for the rights of Palestinians; to accomplish our objectives, we will organize a movement throughout the nation."

He said that the election results indicate that successful or defeated candidates have been bribed. The Muslim League (N) candidate Mahmood Achakzai, who was sleeping at home, received a call saying, "You have won," we are not followers of (N) League and the People's Party; we could not go to the regions for the election campaign; our voice was not heard, and today we are not ready to listen to anything either.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman said, "We will remain in the assemblies and continue the movement together."

A journalist asked, "Will you vote for Shahbaz Sharif as Prime Minister?" Maulana Fazlur Rehman replied, "We have not sided with the government; we have submitted some proposals to our General Council; I have not discussed one or two seats in particular; rather, I have addressed the nation's elections in their whole."

Maulana Fazlur Rehman said, "We did not decide to leave the assembly, and we will not be a part of any government formation. I will travel to Balochistan and inform them of the party's decisions. We will not support the government or cast our votes for the prime minister; those who know there has been election tampering ought to band together, while those who are unaware ought to have fun.."

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