APC in agreement over constitutional removal of Senate Chairman: Fazlur

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ISLAMABAD: The opposition’s All Parties Conference (APC) Wednesday saw disagreement and disarray among its ranks when the members reportedly discouraged demands of collective resignation from the National Assembly.
The Harbinger of the APC, Maulana Fazlur Rehman took centre stage after the prolonged meeting and announced pointers agreed upon by the political parties involved.
The Maulana said: “The Federal Budget for the fiscal year 2019-20 is declared anti-people and would be opposed in unison by all political parties attending today’s meeting.”
“The attendees have agreed upon the demand for releasing production orders of members of National Assembly, Ali Wazir and Mohsin Dawar for parliamentary appearances.”
Maulana further revealed that the APC had agreed on demanding the quick release of those abducted by the security agencies on the pretext of terrorism or producing them before the courts for a proper trial.
Fazl revealed that the leaders of the opposition were in firm agreement for holding up the sanctity and dignity of the 18th constitutional amendment and those opposing it will be met with stiff competition from the political parties.
He further entailed that the newly formed ‘debt probe commission’ was unconstitutional and illegal and was collectively rejected by the political parties in attendance.
The APC also demanded the formation of a parliamentary commission over Waziristan to probe the current situation on the ground in the region.
Fazlur Rehman announced a concerted campaign to create awareness and involve the people of Pakistan over the current government’s incompetence and shortcomings.