KARACHI - JUI-F chief, Maulana Fazalul Rehman on Thursday said that President Musharraf should resign after the verdict of three provincial assemblies against him adding that Balochistan Assembly would also vote against him. Addressing a press conference at a Local Mosque in the City, he said that sacked judges would be restored after the impeachment of President Musharraf. The JUI (F) leader opined that it was difficult for the coalition partners to make economic and foreign policies to provide relief to masses when un-elected President was head of the country and an obstacle in the implementation of government policies. He further said the ruling coalition decided to impeach President Musharraf in larger interest of the country and nation. Fazal warned that if President Musharraf does not resign from Presidency and seek safe passage, the disastrous policies of his eight-year misrule would be exposed in front of the nation. He claimed that in the present political situation, President Musharraf would not be able to use Article 58-2(b) of the Constitution. He termed the impeachment of President Musharraf as a parliamentary and judicial battle.    The JUI-F chief refuted the claims about the presence of Taliban in Karachi saying that such rumours were being spread under a conspiracy to fulfil the vested interests of some elements. To a query, he admitted that his party had several reservations with the PPP but now all issues had been settled. Earlier, Maulana Fazalur Rehman visited the home of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui and met her mother Asmat Siddiqui and sister Dr. Fauzia Siddiqui. Talking to the family of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, the JUI-F chief assured them that he would raise his voice for the release of Dr. Aafia in Parliament and hoped that struggle for her early release from US custody would be successful. Asmat Siddiqui, mother of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, regretted the silence of Pakistani nation over the arrest of her daughter. She said the news published in national media had shown the sufferings of Dr Aafia in US custody. She expressed hope that release of her daughter could be possible through the struggle of ruling coalition.