Pakistan News / Islamabad News > Amir Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman Monday said he would not react to the allegations leveled against him by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan because the latter accused him in the former’s own ‘house’.
At a press conference here, Fazl called himself a typical Pashtun who would never adopt an inappropriate demeanor upon the arrival of a guest at home.
He said he did not want to comment on PTI’s peace march held yesterday (Sunday). “We have held marches our whole life … no one can compete with us in holding marches,” he claimed.
The JUI-F Chief said neither Imran Khan was aware of ‘our values nor did his next generation.’
He regretted that Imran Khan claimed to be ‘a nephew of Mehsuds’ but when he was presented a turban (Pugree) he threw it on the floor. “Imran Khan should question himself why people call me a representative of Islam and him of Zionism.”
Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman said had Imran Khan contacted him, he would have invited him at his home and ‘serve him best food and water’.
Referring to drone attacks, he regretted that the Parliamentary resolutions against drone strikes were not implemented.
He said the ‘establishment’, government and Taliban will have to be compelled to sit at a table and that he was against dual nationalities of the members of national and provincial assemblies. “The practice of ‘half this and half that’ must be put to a permanent end,” he asserted.