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Maulana’s march has a specific agenda, I Won’t resign: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: On Wednesday, a confident Prime Minister Imran said he would not resign and that the ‘ Azadi March ‘ of Maulana Fazlur Rehman had a specific agenda.

Prime Minister Imran, speaking to senior journalists and analysts said his government would have serious discussions with the opposition.

The prime minister said the president of the JUI-F had a “specific agenda” because of which he was leading the march. He categorically dismissed the JUI-F and Rahbar Committee’s appeal for his resignation in his session.

“I don’t understand what Maulana’s problem is,” he was quoted as saying in the meeting. “I don’t understand the agenda of the opposition.”

The prime minister said that at first, India was against ‘maulanas’ but now, they were celebrating at the idea of Fazl’s protest. 

“Look at how the Indian media is celebrating Maulana Fazl’s protest,” he said. 

Prime Minister Imran said that it was his wish to host the foreign ministers of Iran and Saudi Arabia in Pakistan. 

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