PDM announces long march in last week of January

PDM announces long march in last week of January


Islamabad: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has decided to hold the Long March in the last week of January.

A meeting of the steering committee of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) was held in the federal capital after which spokesman Mian Iftikhar briefed media about the decisions taken in the meeting. PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal was also present during the press conference.

Mian Iftikhar said long march will be held in the last week of January and opposition will contact traders, doctors, lawyers, teachers and farmers before long march.

He alleged that Minar-e-Pakistan has been turned into a dam and said no matter what, Lahore rally will be held on December 13. The eyes of the whole world are on Lahore rally, he added.

The ANP leader said that the government will definitely fail in its purpose and the people of Multan have witnessed that. The next schedule will be announced at a meeting in Lahore. He alleged that government has started to arrest the workers; DJ butt has also been arrested.

Mian Iftikhar stated that all actions are being taken to prevent the Lahore rally. The ruler is so afraid that a rally will be held no matter what. This government is a product of rigging, and we neither accept nor will it. Will accept, all agencies should work within their own limits.

Regarding the threat of the rally, he said that the threat alert was also issued in Peshawar, Quetta, and they issued their own alert that no one can harm Rana Sanara. It is also planned to reach agreements with people of all schools of thought. We will increase the pace before the Long March.

The earlier head of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), Maulana Fazlur Rehman (Maulana Fazlur Rehman) again accused the establishment of government support and said it had become a protector of the fake government.

He said at a press conference in Islamabad that the country has no democracy, only dictatorship. Do not recognize this government as the representative of the people.

When talking about the PDM rally in Lahore, he reiterated that the rally will be held no matter what, if the government prevents one way, we will find another way. He said that despite all the rumors, all parties are on the same page, and the resignation stage of the parliament will come soon.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman said these people are the stature of the dictatorship. On the one hand, they said that the government will not stop the rally. On the other hand, the Punjab government has watered the land of Minar-e-Pakistan. However, we decided to hold the Minar-Pakistan rally at all costs. We did not announce our decision until yesterday. He added that December 13 will be a historic day in Lahore.

He said that the timetable for the rally, the wheel jam and the Long March to Islamabad will be announced at the steering committee meeting. In all these stages, resignation is mentioned. The person in charge of PDM said that he invited Bilawal Bhutto and Maryam Nawaz today.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), stated in the meeting that we have already begun to send Imran Khan and his mediator home. We are all on the same page and at the same stage. PPP politics starts on the streets.

Replying to a question, Bilawal Bhutto said that if Senate elections were held through assemblies, it would be fake. We are also consulting constitutional experts. Barrister Aitzaz Ahsan will also be consulted in this regard, he added.

Bilawal Bhutto said we have already said that we will hold rallies and also told about the resignations. Opposition is ready to use every option to send the government packing.

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz Sharif also spoke to the media on the occasion and said that government is putting its name plates on the projects started by Nawaz Sharif; government has not put a brick yet.

She said that her resignation will be submitted to the party leadership. She promised that the rally in Minar, Pakistan will be held at full capacity.

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