NAB summons JUI-F chief Maulana Fazl on Oct 1

The discover to Fazl states that the JUI-F chief may be arrested if his solutions fail to fulfill NAB officers. — Geo.television/Files

PESHAWAR: Jamiat Ulema-e Islam (F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has been summoned by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to seem earlier than it on October 1 to reply allegations that he owns property past recognized sources of earnings.

In the discover despatched to the JUI-F chief, NAB KP has acknowledged that Fazl may be arrested if his solutions fail to fulfill officers of the anti-corruption watchdog.

In the discover, the JUI-F chief has been directed to seem earlier than Additional Director NAB Peshawar Israr-ul-Haq and current proof of his alleged property past means earlier than the official.

Opposition pronounces Pakistan Democratic Movement to oust ‘anti-people’ govt

The growth is a major one because it comes a couple of days after a number of opposition events hosted an All Parties Conference (APC) the place they criticised the federal government and referred to as on Prime Minister Imran Khan to step down.

Opposition events introduced a brand new alliance named Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) can be shaped underneath which the events would unite to oust the incumbent authorities.

Fazl had introduced that opposition events would protest in opposition to the federal government by a phased motion that includes countrywide protests. These protest, Fazl had mentioned, would come with the participation of legal professionals, merchants, labourers, farmers, civil society, and the individuals normally.

“In the first phase, beginning October, rallies will be held in Sindh, Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Punjab.

“In the second part, beginning December, large demonstrations will happen country-wide. In the third part, to start in January subsequent 12 months, a long-march will move in the direction of Islamabad,” Fazl had said at the APC.

“To oust the chosen authorities, the joint opposition will use all ways, together with a vote of no confidence and resignations from the parliament.”