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JUI-F boycotts by-polls in Pakistan, protest against Feb 8 national polls
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JUI-F boycotts by-polls in Pakistan, protest against Feb 8 national polls

| @indiablooms | 27 Mar 2024, 05:22 pm

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has said his party decided to boycott the upcoming bypolls and his outfit will protest in different cities from April 25.

He said his party does not recognise the February 8 national polls.

"We decided not to recognise the results February 8 elections and reject them, because this parliament is less representative of the people and more representative of the establishment," said the JUI-F in a video message as quoted by Geo News.

Fazl said that his party will have to take the nation into confidence, so that they can get united for their right to vote and secure their votes. He added that they are also contacting other parties in this regard.

"This is our narrative and we have decided to move forward with it. We will start this movement named Awami Assembly from April 25 from Balochistan's Pishin," said the politician.

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