If umpire remains neutral as per pledge, no one can save government from follow on: JUI-F

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QUETTA:   JUI-F central spokesperson and former Senator Hafiz Hussain Ahmad has said the days of “ruthless” will be numbered after September as time has been given to government till January 31 so that two major opposition parties could complete their home work and net-practice.

“ the days of “sitamgar” will be numbered after September. Umpire has assured his impartiality after two years and now no one can save the government from follow-on”, he said this while talking to different delegations and media men here at his residence Wednesday.

He went on to say JUI-F has played Azadi March series and 15-20 T-20 matches also in March. It has happened so for the first time that umpire has called players from both sides and assured his neutrality.

He remarked “ it is good omen. Alas this had happened from the tenure of Gen Shuja Pasha then the situation would have been different today. But this is incomprehensible why the need was felt to give explanation after two years.

He underlined that JUI-F Majlis-e-Shorra had decided about non contesting presidential election by Maulana Fazl but this decision was changed on the insistence of PML-N leadership.

To a question with reference to NAB notice to Maulana Fazlur Rehman he said now the signs of further strengthening the opposition parties alliance have surfaced. Because now they have become NAB fellows in addition to opposition fellows of one another.

He held now the game will become interesting because on one side there will be NAB affectees and on other side there will be NAB darlings. If umpire remains neutral as per his promise then no one can save government team from follow-on, he claimed.

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