- “Fazal is a national leader who can bring national reconciliation.”
- Fazal to discuss reconciliation agenda with parties: Sources.
- Efforts will be made to create a consensus on the national agenda.
ISLAMABAD: Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has agreed to play a leading role in national reconciliation to bring political stability in the country. news Have learned.
According to sources, Fazal, who also heads the multi-party alliance Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), has supported the idea of playing a role in political dialogue between key stakeholders on the suggestion of former senator Muhammad Ali Durrani.
Durrani met the PDM chief at his residence in Islamabad on Tuesday and the meeting lasted for two hours.
When contacted Durrani told news The PDM chief had agreed to play a leading role in national reconciliation. He said, “Fazal is a national leader who can bring national reconciliation.”
According to sources, Fazal will discuss the agenda of reconciliation with the national leadership in the coming days. In the first phase, efforts will be made to create a consensus on the national agenda for reconciliation among political parties.
Let us tell you here that PTI has already agreed on the agenda of national reconciliation, while former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had also announced national reconciliation at the Minar-e-Pakistan rally on October 21.
Meanwhile, according to a press release issued by the central media cell of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, former federal information minister Muhammad Ali Durrani met JUI chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and expressed condolences on the death of his mother-in-law.
The political situation of the country, upcoming elections and other issues were discussed in the meeting.
Earlier this month, President Arif Alvi in a meeting with Durrani had called for an end to “bitterness” to pave the way for “cooperation and forgiveness” among stakeholders.
Durrani held his third meeting with President Alvi in a month as part of his efforts to lower the political temperature in the country.
Urging free, fair, transparent and inclusive elections, President Alvi stressed that all political parties and their leadership should be given equal opportunities to participate in the electoral process to strengthen democracy in the country.
The President was of the view that there is a dire need for political, institutional and stakeholder unity in the country to fight the difficulties on all possible fronts, including the economy.