The head of the JUI-F, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, said Tuesday that among the various options offered by the opposition in its anti-government campaign & # 39; Azadi March & # 39; there is the "resignation of assemblies" by opposition lawmakers.
At a press conference addressed to foreign media, Rehman said that the JUI-F will not follow the "126-day model" of the government in office and that "it will not tire its workers by making them sit indefinitely in an open ground."
"If we can get to Islamabad, our action plan will be different and if we are prevented from doing so, it will take a different direction," he said, adding: "Then it will take the form of & # 39; fill the" movement "prisons.
The head of the JUI-F, however, clarified that his party will not collide with any state institution. "Our struggle will take place within the scope of the limits established in the Constitution."
The head of the JUI-F commented that the country's institutions "should remain nonpartisan." "No state institution should lend its support to the government blindly."
"We do not want to collide with the institutions, so we ask you to reject the notion that the government has its backing," he said.
Rehman said the government had "failed at all levels" and saw no other option than new elections to put the country back on the democratic path.
Speaking of his anti-government march, the head of the JUI-F said: "The & # 39; March of Azadi & # 39; is not a sit-in or a confinement, but a movement that will continue until the acting government is torn down."
Most opposition parties, including the PML-N and the PPP, have decided to respond to the call of the head of JUI-F, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, to join and march against the government on October 31.
The opposition had previously refused to come to the table to talk with the government and had expressed a singular demand: the resignation of the prime minister. He had said that no talks can take place before the Prime Minister resigns.
In what is seen as a weakening of JUI-F's position on the matter, following a meeting of the opposition's Rabar Committee on Monday, it was announced that the talks can be considered if the government allows the opposition to hold a "march Peaceful "in the capital on October 27.
Today, after a conference of all parties in Islamabad was held between the local leaders of the opposition parties, it was clarified that no sitting will be held that day.
"As in other parts of the country, October 27 will be observed as Black and Solidarity Day of Kashmir," said Maulana Abdul Majeed Hazarvi of JUI-F.
The opposition will hold a large rally outside the National Press Club, Hazarvi added.