ISLAMABAD: Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman on Saturday said he would repeat the same before the court as well what he had said on streets, ARY News reported.

A plea has been filed in a session court of Lahore against Fazl on his statement that he would not celebrate Independence Day.

Levelling allegations of rigging in the elections, he had said he would not celebrate Independence Day for his party was robbed of the right to vote.

Maulana Fazl held the Election Commission of Pakistan responsible for “rigging in the polls”. He lost polls on two National Assembly seats.

However, he said, his party would carry forward every struggle for Pakistan and its ideology. He said the JUI-F would take full part in elections of prime minister, speaker and deputy speaker and its candidate would be the same as nominated by the opposition.

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