29 November 2022
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Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed said on Monday that lives of a few politicians, including Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s, were under threat.

The minister was speaking to the media outside the National
Counter Terrorism Authority headquarters in Islamabad.

Rasheed said that lives of 20 high-profile individuals were
in danger. They included around half a dozen political figures, he added.

The minister urged the opposition to refrain from holding
rallies in view of the second wave of coronavirus infections.

Fazl was calling the same assembly illegitimate in which he
once stood as the presidential candidate, he noted.

“Maulana Fazlur Rehman has been keeping Nawaz Sharif at
the forefront,” Rasheed said. “He (Fazl) has no political

He was confident that a solution to all issues could only be
found in assemblies.

Abdul Gh Lone