Opposition itself is divided on Azadi march says Shah Mahmood Qureshi .
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that the opposition parties are not united on Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl ‘ s azadi dharna ( march). There has been a clear division on Azadi Dharna . The opposition has hidden agenda behind the march.
While talking to the media after executing of various uplift projects in NA-156 constituency in Shah Rukn-e-Alam . He has said that Pakistan Muslim League-N ‘s President Shehbaz Sharif has already disagreed with the march during party’s meeting in Lahore, he said that he is not in favour of a sit-in of the JUI-F.
He said that the opposition leader in NA also opposed Capt (R) Muhammad Safdar declaration about the march. He said that a discussion between Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz has not taken place regarding JUI F March.
Qureshi also asked about Bilawal’s statement about PPP’s assistance to the JUI-F march by cheering marchers in different cities. “On whose instructions, Bilawal Bhutto is favouring a sit-in however he has called it against democracy in the past? Is not it an attempt to derail democracy now,” he asked.
He said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has organized a peaceful sit-in for reforms in the past.
Answering to a question, Qureshi said that Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-F was going to start protest on Oct 27 while the day is observed as a black day across the world to express solidarity with Kashmiris of the occupied valley.
He said that Oct 27 was a black day because India had occupied Kashmir on that day.
He said that the PTI government had also directed its missions in various countries to show the world the real face of Modi’s government and the RSS ideology.
He hoped that Pakistan would succeed in exposing India. Answering another question, Qureshi said that some forces wished bloodshed in the area by spreading out conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia on Aramco oilfield attack issue.
He said that Pakistan enjoyed cordial relationship with both the countries adding that Saudi Arabia was our strategic partner whereas Iran is our friendly neighbouring country.
“Pakistan will play its part to conclude the issue between the two countries by talks because the region does not afford confrontations ,” he said and added that Prime Minister Imran Khan and he would tour Saudi Arabia and Iran to soothe the situation by carrying negotiations.