Lahore (Urdu Point Newsletter – 02 October 2019) Who’s supported by the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam sit-in? Has any country been supporting Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s visit? Dr. Shahid Masood, a leading journalist, said that a special delegation of Maulana Fazlur Rahman had met with US diplomats in the federal capital yesterday evening.
Talking about this, Dr Shahid Masood revealed that the JUIF plans were discussed in the meeting with US diplomats. However, it is likely that more diplomats will be met in the coming days. Masood added that the history of Maulana’s sit-in is such that the relationship is never going to be cooked and sometimes the girls run away. Dr Shahid Masood said that it can be called freedom march, not long march.
It is clear from the words of senior journalists that Maulana Fazlur Rahman is seeking US support for the sit-in. In any case, Pakistan wants external forces to spread further warning in Pakistan. Political opponents are using them. Fear has already been expressed by senior journalists, especially after Prime Minister Imran Khan’s warm speech in the United Nations.
Senior journalist Hamid Mir expressed concern that these external forces could take any terrorist act to fight the politicians and government of Pakistan. Hamid Mir said that in my opinion, India’s support for Pakistan Terrorism will be enhanced inside. A bomb blast by Maulana Muhammad Hanif, deputy secretary general of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, is no ordinary event.
The incident fears further misunderstandings between the state and the main opposition party. This incident seems to be an attempt to inflame the religious forces of Pakistan. The enemy intends to attack not only from outside but also from inside. And the only way to prevent attacks from inside is to unite against the enemy inside your house. Be happy. The rulers will say that I am asking for an NRO for anyone, but I will say again that I do not ask for any NRO. It is only a matter of uniting all the political parties in Azad Kashmir, not just in Pakistan, because the situation is changing rapidly and in changing circumstances the leadership of the nation can play a role not only in negotiating but in character.