MULTAN: Chief of Jamiat Ulema Islam-Fazl (JUIF), Molana Fazlur Rahman has said that the way Government of Pakistan has opted for, regarding negotiations with Taliban, is not result-oriented and this is what for he has no links with the process – ARY News reports.
Talking to media at Multan Airport on Wednesday, Molana Fazlur Rahman said that the real forces ruling the country are not in a mood to resolve the Taliban issue through reconciliation.
He said that all the resolutions tabled by JUIF since 2008, demand the authorities to reconsider the foreign policy of the state, issues cannot be resolved by holding an all parties conference (APC) alone, but a debate should also be held in the National Assembly (NA) for this purpose.
Fazl said that security concerns persist in Karachi, FATA and Balochistan, which are affecting the economy of Pakistan. He added that our economy cannot improve as long as we do not get rid of International Monitory Fund (IMF).
The JUIF Chief further told that politics and state institutions are closely bonded and everyone should demonstrate patience, and discharge responsibilities remaining within the limits.