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Punjab Assembly is a house of uxorious MPAs.

QUETTA -- Criticizing 'Protection of Women Against Violence Bill', Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has called Punjab Assembly the 'house of uxorious MPAs'

Speaking to a public gathering organized for welcoming tribal elder Ajmal Bazai into the party, JUI-F chief said

He said that the ruling PML-N passed the bill which was rejected by itself during former president Pervez Musharraf. He said according to this bill male members of a family cannot ask his wife, daughter for any wrongdoing as it will be violation of the law.

He stated that ruling powers wanted to sideline his party but they always fight through political and constitutional ways. He said JUI-F is a political and religious party and they always stopped tyrants through power of party workers. He further stated that every agenda of West will be foiled against religious seminaries, adding that organized propaganda is being carried out against religious education centres.

Fazlur Rehman welcomed the merger of JUI Nazriati (Ideological) with JUI-F, saying this merger will bring fruitful results for party in the province. He further stated that no power can divide JUI as its opponents are also accepting this reality today.

The JUI-F chief further said western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will be constructed as the prime minister has given assurance to all political parties and addressed their concerns after All Parties Conference (APC). He further said now even Chinese Embassy issued a statement in this regard.

Commenting on National Accountability Bureau (NAB), he said it was created to get political revenge from political opposite powers. He was of the opinion that courts and other constitutional organizations are already working in the country, adding that in presence of those institutions there was no need of NAB.

Deputy Chairman Senate Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haidri while speaking the gathering said there is no constitution in the country, adding that recommendations of Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) are not being practically enforced into the country.

He said that they always talk about protection of the country but the government is taking action against religious seminaries with an organized plan.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Feb 27, 2016
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