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Saturday, April 12, 2014

Maulana Resented Over Non-allotment Of Ministries To Durrani and Ghafoor Haidri

Maulana Fazal Rahman's announcement to separate himself from government once again indicates that he is the best player of political game. A close aide to prime minister said that if Maulana was eager to quit the support of government why did he stick to the be the head of Islamic Ideological Council and Kashmir Committee. Some members of Muslim League say that the actual reason of Maulana'a anger is that he demanded Hosing ministry for Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haidri and communication ministry for Akram Durrani. An advisor to PM told on the condition of anonymity that Maulana offered PM to appoint them deputy ministers and ministries may not be handed over to anybody else so that these may remain in the hands of Maulana. But prime minister thinks that the track record of Durrani and Ghafoor Haidri is not good. Maulana who is considered the "father of Taliban" is also displeased over assigning the role of Maulana Sami ul Haq as the negotiator to Taliban. Political analysts say that this was an attempt from PML's leadership to make Maulana a bit in effective politically. Nawaz Sharif also disliked Maulana's support to Parvez Musharra, when he was in exile in Jedda. He had told his colleagues that he could shake hands with JI and PTI but will never shake hands with JUI. On other side after the worst failure of ANP in KPK Maulana ws mentality prepared to form provincial government and for the first time he spent a lot of money on electioneering compaign. Just after elections despite his limited seats in provincial assembly he was ready to make government in KPK with the coalition of PML and other smaller parties, but Imran Khan succeeded in forming government. While the spokesperson of JUI Maulana Muhammad Amjad Khan said that JUI did not resign from the ministries and resignations are ready all the time in the pocket of our leader. OUr difference was about the ministries but it was ideological.

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