LAKKI MARWAT - Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) Amir Maulana Fazalur Rehman has said that his party do not believe in using money in the elections to purchase loyalties of voters rather people support us for our clear agenda to enforce Sharia in the country.

This he said while launching his election campaign at a public meeting in the Dallokhel area of Laki Marwat on Wednesday. Other speakers included JUI-F PK-76(Lakki-III) aspirant Munawar Khan Marwat and JUI District Chief Maulana Abdul Rahim.

Among others, former MPA Malik Imran, Maulana Mufti Ameer Nawaz Khan, Engineer Haji Ameer Nawaz, Maulana Abdul Wakil and other party leaders were present on the occasion.

The JUI-F chief said that to enforce Islamic laws in Pakistan, which came into being in the name of Islam, was our agenda and we would continue our struggle to implement it with the support of people.

“Our political opponents are in the bid to purchase loyalties of voters or get their support by raising the slogan of braderi,” he warned.

He said that the aspirants affiliated with the rival political groups would soon realise that they had no respect for themselves in the eyes of people because they were habitual of using deceptive tactics in elections.

He said that residents of the district loved religion and they would vote for the JUI-F candidates in the election.

He said that in spite of meagre representation in the parliament, the JUI-F always played a key role to stop formulation of laws against the injunctions and teachings of Islam.

He said that nearness to ulema brought success and calmness while distance from them led to the world of evils.

Fazl claimed that during the MMA regime, his party served the residents of southern districts especially Lakki Marwat by spreading a net of uplift schemes.

He said that people should compare the performance of MMA with the provincial governments headed by other political parties and decide in their best interests.

“After Mufti Mehmud’s rule no provincial government has paid heed to the uplift of Lakki Marwat, except the MMA government under former chief minister Muhammad Akram Durrani took practical steps for the development of this backward district,” he maintained.

He called upon the workers to accelerate masses contact campaign and work hard for ensuring the victory of party candidates in the general elections.