A RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL LEADER MAULANA FAZAL-UR-RAHMAN’S PERSUASIVE STRATEGIES USED IN MILLION MARCH SPEECH 2019: A CDA APPROACH BASED ON FAIRCLOUGH’S FRAMEWORK
Language is the cornerstone of a social building and a social participation of individuals or groups who research socio-linguistics in order to make clear the link between the importance of interpretation and the use of language. The different discourses can cut down on power, culture, social background, ethnicity and social status, whether they are spoken or written. The purpose of this analysis is to analyze Fazal-ur-Rahman’s persuasive campaign, his public speech on Million March and his political maturity; his speech at Mardan 17, Feb 2019, to enhance the linguistic possessions and his quest for democracy in Pakistan. The analysis is based on the conceptions of Norman Fairclough in critique, arguing that ideologies are present in the text that ideologies cannot be translated from the texts and that text can be interpreted in several ways (Fairclough, 1995). The method for analysis of speech is therefore used to evaluate the corpus of speech selected. The political and appealing components of the chosen corpus are measured. At the close of the analysis, the findings are shown.