September, 30, 2023
Prime Minister Protected: PDM Ends Sit-In

Prime Minister Protected: PDM Ends Sit-In

The Chief Justice assisted Imran in obtaining information. One person was granted bail for life, while another died. The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) carried out the initial attack on the General Headquarters (GHQ), and the second attack was executed by Ex-prime Minister Imran within the Insan League.

Once the politician experiences humiliation, our hammer will serve as a shield for the prime minister. In conjunction with your hammer, Parliament will ensure the protection of the Prime Minister, Sir Bro PDM. As a result, the announcement of the sit-in’s conclusion prompted the workers to return home.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the leader of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), announced the conclusion of the sit-in protest outside the Supreme Court. Speaking to the gathering, Maulana Fazlur Rehman emphasized the need for equal attention given to each political party when seeking justice. He acknowledged the power demonstrated by the people on May 15, which compelled the judges to reconsider their decision and postpone the case for a week. He criticized the chief justice for attempting to intervene in the government unlawfully, asserting that his party would protect the prime minister. Maulana Fazlur Rehman stressed the importance of restoring the court’s dignity and declared that the decision now lies in the hands of the people of Pakistan. He called for the removal of all police and rangers from the premises, promising to safeguard the Supreme Court building.

Furthermore, he expressed his disapproval of the disrespectful treatment of Parliament and the people by those occupying prestigious positions. He warned that his party’s response would be more robust if politicians were humiliated. He urged all institutions to fulfill their duties within their respective spheres, emphasizing that the administration of Pakistan rests with the Parliament and the Prime Minister. Maulana Fazlur Rehman condemned the recent acts of violence during protests, attributing them to provocateurs and challenging them to come forward and take responsibility for their actions. He reaffirmed his commitment to protecting the sanctity of the institution, stating that any violation by judges would not be tolerated. Regarding the 2018 elections, he claimed that they were rigged and criticized the lack of action taken by relevant authorities. He concluded his speech by announcing the end of the sit-in while expressing his willingness to return to Islamabad if necessary.

In another development, Maryam Nawaz, the Chief Organizer and Senior Vice President of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), strongly criticized the incumbent Prime Minister, Imran Khan, during the PDM’s protest outside the Supreme Court. Maryam Nawaz called for severe punishment, including lifelong bail and disqualification, for those involved in corruption. She demanded the resignation of the Chief Justice, accusing him of tarnishing the reputation of the court. Maryam Nawaz stressed the importance of the law and its fair implementation, highlighting that Parliament is the supreme institution in the country. She expressed her concern over the erosion of democratic values and accused Imran Khan of being responsible for facilitating corruption. Maryam Nawaz criticized the judiciary for not taking action against those inciting sedition and disorder. She alleged that Imran Khan had connections with terrorist organizations and had allowed trained rioters to enter Pakistan. Maryam Nawaz claimed that the judiciary should have taken action against those who spread sedition. She also criticized the intervention of President Arif Alvi in dissolving the assemblies, stating that decisions were made in collaboration with General (R) Bajwa. Maryam Nawaz questioned the need for democracy in Pakistan, considering the current state of affairs, and accused the judiciary of imposing martial law through judicial means. She cited past instances of judicial interference and alleged misuse of authority, claiming that the judiciary had become the focus of attention rather than upholding justice. Maryam Nawaz highlighted her own personal struggles and expressed disappointment with the treatment of women in positions of power. She concluded by questioning the legitimacy of democracy in Pakistan.

Both Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Maryam Nawaz made strong statements during their respective addresses, criticizing the government, and judiciary, and calling for the restoration of justice and the people’s empowerment.


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