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Malik, Rabbani fail to lure Fazl

JUI-F Chief refuses to rejoin government
ISLAMABAD: Government cronies on Wednesday made other effort to woo back JUI-F Chief Maulana Fazl-ur Rehman back into the fold of the government however the JUI-F Chief has refused to review of his decision.
According to sources Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Head of Parliamentary Committee on Constitutional Reforms Raza Rabbani, and 10-member Parliamentary Delegation from Fata led by Munir Khan Orakzai met JUI-F Chief Maulana Fazl separately at his residence and asked the Maulana to Fazl reconsider his decision.

However their attempts to make Maulana Fazl change his mind proved futile.
Sources told that in these meetings, govt cronies requested Maulana that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani is the only PM of the country who has been unanimously elected for the premiership and even the JUI-F has supported and now this same party is demanding removal of PM which could derail the democratic process.
Hence Maulana Fazl should take back his demand. The cronies assured the JUI-F chief that govt would remove all their reservations and would take them on board on national issues while govt specially the PM respect the mandate of the JUI-F.
Sources told Online that Maulana made it clear on the govt cronies that despite being an ally the govt attitude towards them was not good and his party has endorsed the decision of parting ways with the govt.
He said that many times he had relayed his reservations to the govt especially to the President and PM of being ignored on important national issues but no heed was paid to it.
He said that PM Gilani himself sabotaged the reconciliatory process. Maulana Fazl said that his decision to part ways with the govt is final and his party would not become part of any unconstitutional step to destabilize the democratic system.
Sources further told that Maulana Fazl made it clear on Interior Minister Rehman Malik that he still stands by his decision of parting ways with govt and his decision was endorsed by the JUI-F CEC hence it is now impossible that he would reconsider his decision. Maulana Fazl said that the ball is now in the court of the govt and it should take action against those who sabotaged the reconciliatory process. He said that without punishing those who had back out from their promises and agreements matters cannot be settled. -Agencies


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