Azadi march convoy heads towards Islamabad

JUI-F Balochistan's central convoy left using buses, vans and private vehicles

​ Our Correspondent October 28, 2019
Maulana Fazlur Rehman. PHOTO: FILE

QUETTA: Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl’s (JUI-F) Azadi march convoy left Balochistan for Islamabad on Sunday with members of opposition parties.

JUI-F Balochistan's central convoy from Quetta left for Islamabad to participate in the Azadi march as party workers traveled on buses, vans and private vehicles, while the provincial leaders, including Balochistan's Amir Maulana Abdul Wassay left in a caravan equipped with modern facilities. "Convoy of workers from Balochistan will reach Islamabad on October 31 after a four-day journey. The only purpose of the Azadi march is the end of the government. The people of Pakistan will come out to send these rulers home,” said provincial leader JUI-F Maulana Abdul Wassay before departing with the procession from Quetta.

Provincial president of the PPP Ali Madad Jatak who is also participating in the Azadi march, claimed that the march of the opposition will result in end of the present government with the support of political parties.

"In couple of days, we will give a good news," Ali Madad Jatak said. He criticised Nadra for blocking National Identity Card of JUI-F leader Hafiz Hamdullah calling it injustice. He said that apart from People's Party, Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, National Party and other parties are also participating in Azadi march convoy.


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