Azadi March: Opposition divided on entering D-Chowk
ISLAMABAD: Opposition parties were divided on Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s call to enter Red Zone if Prime Minister Imran Khan refused to step down by Monday.
According to sources privy to the development, both PML-N and PPP have opposed JUI-F’s plan to breach the agreement.
The two parties were also opposed to the idea of a prolong sit-in in the federal capital.
Meanwhile Rehbar Committee which represents major opposition groups would take a final decision.
Rehbar Committee head Akram Durrani said the principal demand of opposition is Prime Minister’s resignation and there is no need for talks if the foremost demand is not met.
He said undemocratic forces are warned against any step. Opposition is also considering the option of resigning from assemblies.
He said options like protest on districts level is under consideration. He said government is running away from its agreement and APC of opposition has discussed the matters in detail today.