PPP, JUI-F agree on sending govt home


Observer Report


Leaders of the PPP and Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-F on Wednesday said that there are no differences between their parties on sending the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government packing, but that the method of accomplishing that objective is still open to discussion.
The resolve came after JUI-F leader and convener of the opposition’s Rahbar Committee Akram Durrani called on PPP leaders Syed Nayyar Hussain Bukhari and Sherry Rehman at the latter’s office in the parliament.
The meeting was a part of JUI-F’s efforts to get the PPP on board for its anti-government long march which is scheduled for next month.The PPP leadership has previously announced it will not join the march but promised to provide “moral and political support” to the JUI-F.

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