Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) Chairman and Jamiat Ulma-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman here on Sunday said “Pakhtuns can not support a political party whose leader is influenced by western culture, as it runs counter to our values and history.”
Addressing a public gathering, he felicitated Nasir Khan Musazai, former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) member of National Assembly, on joining the JUI-F. Fazl said that the JUI-F would win next coming general election in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and will form its government as it was the only party which “can bring prosperity and development in the region.”
He questioned the PTI leaders that if they were sincere with the people and the nation, then why the friendly countries did not express confidence in them? He said that the international community expressed displeasure over the PTI government and warned against rolling back their investment if PTI came into power again.
Leader of the opposition in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly Akram Khan Durrani, Provincial Ameer of JUI Senator Maulana Ataur Rehman, General Secretary Maulana Ataul Haq Darwesh, Secretary Information Abul Jalil Jan, and other leaders were also present on the occasion. On the other hand police force held flag march in Sub-division Wana on Sunday aimed at maintaining law and order situation in the area.
According to the vision of Regional Police Officer Dera Ismail Khan Muhammad Saleem Marwat, the flag march was led by South Waziristan District Police officer (DPO) Shabbir Hussain Shah and SP Investigation Fazal Subhan.
The flag march, participated by police from all the police stations, was started from Police Line Wana and culminated at the same point after passing through Main Bazaar and various highways.
Speaking on this occasion, the DPO said the confidence of the masses in the police force would be increased through this march that the police were there with high morale, full enthusiasm and full preparation for their protection. He expressed the commitment to fulfill the responsibilities with honesty in any case. He said the South Waziristan Police was a public friendly force and it was the department’s commitment to respect the people and help them.