AP | Updated: Oct 27, 2019, 15:27 IST
Activists of Jamiat Ulema-e Islam (JUI) collect in the course of a rally in Karachi on October 25 (AFP)
KARACHI: Thousands of supporters of an ultra-religious celebration are gathering in Karachi to begin a significant anti-government march on Pakistan’s capital farther north.
Mufti Abrar Ahmed, spokesman for the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam celebration, says its leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman will lead the protesters’ caravan setting off later on Sunday.
The starting of the JUI protest also marks the anniversary of the begin of the conflict more than Kashmir, a province each India and Pakistan claim. Separate, anti-India protests are planned across Pakistan.
Ahmed mentioned supporters from Karachi and surrounding places will travel in buses and vans toward the capital. He mentioned the caravan plans to attain Islamabad on Oct. 31st, to protest Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ‘illegitimate’ government which the Islamist celebration says came to energy by means of the army’s assistance.
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