Maulana Fazlur Rehman to become Pakistan’s next president, claims JUI-F


JUIF chief Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman will be the next president of Pakistan whether Pakistan Muslim League (PMLN) or Pakistan Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) General The election, which took place in February next year after gaining a majority in parliament, claimed the JUI-F spokesman on Sunday.

Incumbent President Arif Alvi’s five-year term expires on September 8 of that year. However, He is currently serving as the head of state under Article 44 of the Constitution, which has appointed the president in the absence of provincial and national assemblies — Holds who were dissolved in January and August earlier this year, respectively.

The President of Pakistan is elected in a special session of Parliament, the Senate and the four Provincial Assemblies in accordance with Article 41 (3) of the Constitution.

Alvi is the fourth head of state to complete his term. The last three presidents who completed their five-year term were the fifth president, Fazalullah Chaudhry (1973-1978), and the eleventh president, Asif Ali Zardari (2008-2013), And 12th President Mamun Hussain (2013-2018).

In an interview with a local TV channel, JUIF leader Hafiz Hamdullah said that if Fazal became the head of the multi-party coalition Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) Geo News reported that he could then be made president of the country.

Hamdullah covered up the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) to “monitor” Balochistan.

“He said, “The pair of father and daughter keep an eye on Balochistan’s [politics], let’s see what the consequences are [in the future].

Putting a fresh salo in the party led by Imran Khan، Hamdullah said that the agenda of the PTI is the main concern of his party and he ruled out the possibility of any alliance with the PTI.

Answering another question, the JUI-F leader asked: “ Was there no worker in PTI other than Gohar Khan?”

The day before, PTI elected a new party chairman, Barrister Gohar Ali Khan, who was nominated by Khan to run for the top slot. Announcing the results, PTI Chief Election Commissioner Niazullah Niazi said that Barrister Gohar was elected unopposed after the intra-party elections that day.

Barrister Gohar’s nomination as party leader became a controversial topic within the PTI when party senior vice president Sher Afzal Marwat met earlier this week Showing his name, he said that the party’s candidate for chairman after Ga Khan was the cause of legal challenges in the Tosha Khana case, including his five-year disqualification Decided to refrain from running for office.

On another question, Hamdullah said he formed an electoral alliance with the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) in Sindh، He added that PTI is not part of this alliance.

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