ISLAMABAD: Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman member of the National Assembly of Pakistan and the President of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) pointed out to the presence of 12 lakh acre fertile land that is being neglected due to the water shortage while talking in the renowned show of Roze News, Sachi Baat. He said that such issues are pre decided but the public still is deprived of their rights. He added that if the grievances of the provinces are addressed then why I or anyone would stand as an obstacle to Kalabagh Dam. The Editor in Chief Pakistan Group of Newspapers and Chairman Roze News Sardar Khan Niazi suggested that provinces must sit on table to have a way out rather than creating a mountain out of a molehill. He inquired about JamaatuDawa’s entrance in to Pakistani politics whereupon Maulana responded that if this notorious party wants to enter the politics then they must be welcome with open hearts and said that no one should be left out in the political process. He further added that only three to four articles of the constitution take FATA into consideration. The right of self determination is not something illegal and is practiced throughout the world. He said that tribal people are in chaos and they must be made part of decisions regarding their fate. In response to the Pak Afghan border unrest he attributed this chaos to the flawed foreign policies. When the host of the show pointed out at Maulana’s association with Sharif, he said that I am simply against aggressive politics. When inquired about his grievances on CPEC, Maulana pointed out to the lacking of his province and said that the benefits of this project must trickle down to all the provinces. On the speculations of the bill against article 62, 63 he said that there are number of grey areas that must be explained in more depth and the clarification of constitution will make things easier. We have always favored this law but the use of such laws to malign others must be halted, he added. He said that we all must contribute in a positive way and must avoid aggressive politics so as to take the mission of Jinnah ahead.
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