Fazl expresses dissatisfaction over negotiations process with Taliban
GUJRANWALA: Molana Fazlur Rahman, Chief of Jamiat Ulema Islam-Fazl (JUIF), has expressed his wishes for the success of negotiations between the Government of Pakistan and Taliban, however he said that the Government had better talked to all the militant outfits together – ARY News reports.
The statement was made by the JUIF Chief while taking to media after condoling the family of former deputy mayor, Arif Mehmood. He said that inducting military in direct talks with Taliban was not a good decision and the military also agreed with our stance.
Molana Fazlur Rahman expressed his wishes for the success of Government's negotiations with Taliban, yet he also expressed his dissatisfaction over the process.
Responding to a question, Fazl said that the Prime Minister or the Finance Minister could better elaborate on the 1.5 billion USD given to Pakistan by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), not him.
Speaking about the new process of registration of religious seminaries in Pakistan, the JUIF Chief told that the previous procedure was much better; the Government of Pakistan has devised this new way only to please the 'west'.