Islamabad: Federal government agreed on Monday to allow opposition parties to hold rallies and marches across the country because Prime Minister Imran Khan said their real agenda will be revealed soon.
The Prime Minister said that after weeks of deliberation and confusion about the future of the opposition movement, the Federal Cabinet finally approved the opposition party’s plan to hold a national rally against the government in Pakistan. Unnecessarily make them heroes.
According to the details, the Prime Minister currently has important considerations about the country’s political affairs. The ministers and aides suggested that the Prime Minister allow the opposition to hold a rally.
Members of the ruling party suggested to the Prime Minister that the opposition should be allowed to assemble at specific locations, and the regional authorities in the relevant areas will ensure that they comply with the COVID-19 standard operating procedures (SOP).
Not long ago, Federal Planning Minister Asad Umar elaborated on the policy of the federal government. He said that no political party, including the ruling party, should be allowed to deal with the COVID-19 situation in the country. Conduct a political rally.
It is worth noting that the opposition coalition, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) rally and the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN) Workers’ Conference are scheduled to begin later this month.
The first PDM political march is scheduled to be held in Quetta on October 25, followed by Peshawar on November 22 and Multan on November 30.
According to the schedule, the next series will take place in Lahore on December 13th and Larkana on December 27th.
At the same time, the workers’ congress is scheduled to be held in Nawabshah on October 29, in Umakte on October 30, and in Rawalpindi on October 31. They will continue until next month, at Muzaffargarh on November 5th, Bahawalpur on November 26th, Faisalabad on December 3rd and Sahiwal on December 6th.
In addition, the PMLN, the main opposition party in the Federation and Punjab, will hold a workers’ congress in Karachi later today, followed by a conference in Malakad on October 19 and Islamabad on October 22. The series of conferences will be extended to Peshawar on December 4th and Sargodha in December. Held in Gujranwala in September and December 11.