Islamabad: Pakistan has determined to ban militia Ansar ul Islam, the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal (JUI-F) outfit that has introduced ‘freedom march’ to take away Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The federal government has banned the organisation on grounds of difficult the federal government authority.
In line with a report in Pakistani media, members of Ansar ul Islam put on yellow clothes and carry sticks in fingers. Lately, they provided the Guard of Honour to JUI-F chief Maulana Fazal-ur-Rahman.
The Dwelling Ministry is alleged to have secured the federal cupboard’s nod to ban the Ansar ul Islam. The proposal shall be despatched to the Legislation Ministry and the Election Fee.
The proposal reads: This power had carried a march in Peshawar carrying sticks wrapped with barbed wire. Their actions are difficult the authority of the federal government. This power appears to getting ready for a battle with the legislation enforcement companies. Its formation as an armed power is in opposition to Article 256 of the Structure. Therefore, it’s being banned.
The federal cupboard has allowed the Dwelling Ministry to carry talks with states on this regard.
In line with the Legislation Ministry sources, the Dwelling Ministry must subject a notification of ban on the outfit. The notification must be acknowledged by the Supreme Court docket. Solely after the SC clearance, the organisation shall be declared banned.