President of the five parties religio-party alliance, Mutahidda Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) and Chief of his own faction of Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Islam Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman Monday expressed the confidence that the alliance was in a comfortable position to win the ensuing elections and form governments both in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as well as center. He said our candidates are all set to win general election across the country with thumping majority”. Addressing a public rally in Tajori Bannu, he said MMA was in electoral battle with the forces wanting to bring Western culture in the country. He said Pakistan was 70 years old yet the country’s politics have always been hijacked.
“The country is in the grip of vested forces for the last 70 years and MMA after coming to power would devolve the powers to the masses make the people master of their own destiny”. He said adding People have the power of vote to decide the future of nation in the elections. He urged the masses to elect honest people in the ensuing elections. “We are confident that the electorates would elect honest and clean people in the polls”. He said and maintained that gone are the days when battles were fought through swords and now the time is to fight the battle through ballot papers and “we will give crushing defeat to infidel forces through in a democratic manner”. Maulana claimed.
The MMA president also pledged that after coming into power MMA will introduce Islamic Shariah in the country and abolish corruption from the society. Talking to provincial Amir JUI-F Baluchistan, Maulana Faiz Mohammad on Monday the MMA chief said that those contesting election on election symbol of Book were the candidates of the religio-political alliance and those who participating in polls on other symbols have no relations with them. He asked the workers of religious parties to vote the candidates of the alliance. Maulana claimed that only the candidates of MMA fulfilled the criteria of Articles 62 and 63 of the constitution and religio-political alliance was competing against secular lobbies.