Anti-govt movement to continue despite hurdles, says Fazl


Staff Reporter


The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has said that despite difficulties, our struggle to remove the PTI government will continue.
Talking to media in Quetta, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that although claims were made that terrorism has been eradicated, the country is still facing terrorist incidents, such as the killings in Machh.
“Why was it claimed that terrorism has ended when target killings are made on a daily basis”, he asked.
Talking about his movement, Fazlur Rehman said that we are gaining traction throughout the country. PDM is holding historic rallies with ever-increasing public participation. He said that the current government was illegitimate and it would have to resign.
“There are hurdles, but we are trying to get rid of the incompetent government as soon as possible”, he added.
On being asked about Sheikh Rashid’s statement, Fazlur Rehman asked the journalists to stick to serious questions while he declined to comment on Maulana Sherani’s statements.

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