QUETTA: Opposition party leaders during an All Parties Conference (APC) in Quetta on Wednesday announced to mark 25th July as black day called last years’ elections fully rigged to selected current PTI government.
Members of Jamiyat Ulma e Islam F, PK MAP, Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP), PML N, National Party and Provincial Government’s coalition partner Awami National Party (ANP) have attended the coordination committee meeting of All Parties held in Quetta’s MPA hostel announced to staged rallies and protests on July 25th in order to record protest against last years’ elections.
“All political parties in Balochistan have developed consensus to launch movement against current federal government in order to restore real democracy in the country.” Member National Assembly and JUI F’s Provincial Ameer Maulana Wassay said while addressing a news conference after APC, he invited all parties to attend JUI F’s long march toward Islamabad.
He added, the country has reached near economic destruction thus all parties should stand up against selected PTI government.
“25th July 2018 was a fraud day for the whole country in which public mandate was fully exploited through rigged elections that resulted this incompetent government of PTI.” Wassay added.
Provincial President of PPP Haji Ali Madad Jattak announced to take part in joint opposition’s rally on July 25th added anti-government movements would be continued until removal of imposed Federal Government,
“First step against this government has been lifted as following the decision of Multi Parties Conference (MPC) no-confidence motion had been submitted against Chairman Senate.” Jattak said slammed government’s act of political vandalism against opposition parties.
One of coalition partners of Balochistan Awami Party in the province, ANP has also participated in opposition’s APC vowed to be part of any protest or movement against federal government.
“We are precluded to follow decision of central leadership therefore upon their directive ANP Balochistan would participate in July 25th’s protest against federal government and we would also mark the day as black day.” Mabat Kaka provincial leader of ANP added.