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Azadi March Plan B: Fazl announces end to Islamabad sit-in, expand protests

 

ISLAMABAD: Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) has decided to swing into action with its ‘Plan B’, as the party is ending its dharna (sit-in) in the federal capital and spreading the protest across Pakistan.

JUI-F Chief Fazl made the announcement to protesters in Islamabad on Wednesday.

“We will be leaving here tonight and will stand beside you (protesters), so the Azadi March proceeds successfully. Your presence here has pulled out the roots and the next step will be to root out the stem. Give one more push to the already falling walls,” he said to the crowd.

He appealed to the people who could not join the march to now come out when the protests spread across Pakistan.

The JUI-F held a consultation meeting under supremo Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman today, where it devised its future strategy.

According to the Plan B, the JUI-F will end the Islamabad sit-in and block highways across Pakistan.

Following the development, Azadi March participants started to dismantle their tents and started gathering their belongings to leave the H-9 venue in Islamabad.

JUI-F announces plan to block main roads from tomorrow
Addressing participants of the Azadi March, Atta ur Rehman said that implementation on Plan B has already begun.

“According to our Plan B, we have staged a dharna protest on the Quetta-Chaman highway,” said Rehman. “We will also block Chakdara Chowk in Lower Dir and Indus Highway according to our plan.”

He said that Shahrah-e-Resham was blocked as well by the Azadi Marchers.

“We will close Indus Highway at the Link Road,” he said. “In Punjab, we have blocked G.T. Road at Buzdar.”

He said that workers of the JUI-F will start implementation on Plan B from Thursday at 2:00 PM.

JUI-F leader Rashid Soomro also spoke to the Azadi March protesters and urged them to gather at Hub River Road on Thursday at 2:00 pm.

“Workers should not carry sticks to the sit-in protests,” he said. “Ambulances must be allowed to pass through.”

Soomro said that one should not think that the Azadi March was nearing its end. He said that the protest was inching towards success with each step.

“From 2:00 pm tomorrow, the motorway in Sukkur will be blocked,” he said. “At the same time, the road linking Ghotki to Punjab will also be closed.”

Soomro said that Hub River Road will also be closed on Thursday from 2:00 pm and the same will be done to the road that links Kandhkot to Punjab.

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