‘We can’t form govt, but we can certainly topple one’, Fazl warns Rana
Speaking at a press conference, the JUI-F chief said that the Women Protection Law in Punjab is in contrast with Islamic laws and a legislation that contradicts with social mood does not succeed.
He regretted that a man is being forced to wear a kara (wristband with GPS tracker) and driven out of home over petty issues under the new law.
Fazl suggested ‘replacing wife with husband and vice versa in the new law through a brief amendment’, questioning that if the wives of governors and politicians act upon this law then will they be able to go home?
He said Pakistan came into being in the name of Islam and transforming it into a secular state will not be permitted.
On the occasion, the general secretary of Wafaqul Madaris, Qari Hanif Jalandhari was also accompanied the JUI-F chief.