PDM announces public gathering in Karachi on Aug 29

PDM announces public gathering in Karachi on Aug 29

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Islamabad: Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) on Saturday announced holding a public gathering in Karachi on August 29.

According to detailed information, the anti-government coalition PDM meeting was held under the auspices of PML-N senior leader Ahsan Iqbal. Former Prime Minister Shahid Hakan Abasi, JUI-F leader Abdul Gafor Haidri, Hafiz Hamdullah, Hamidullah, Sikandar Sherpao, etc. The officials attended the meeting.

According to the details, a meeting of the anti-government alliance PDM was held under the chair of senior PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal. Former premier Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, JUI-F leader Abdul Ghafoor Haideri, Hafiz Hamdullah, Hamidullah, Sikandar Sherpao and other officials attended the meeting.

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi told reporters after the meeting that 8 political parties participated in today’s meeting and the PDM meeting will be held in Karachi on August 29. He also stated that PDM is a coalition of opposition parties in the country. “PDM hopes that the affairs of the country will be conducted in accordance with the Constitution,” he added.

The former prime minister stated that PDM is a forum for discussing the supremacy of Pakistan’s constitution. “The meeting has established a timetable for meetings and gatherings in the country, which will be announced after the meeting on August 28.”

The PML-N leader stated that the purpose of the electronic voting machine (EVM) is to support the robbery in the election, adding that the purpose of the government election reform is to promote the theft of votes. He also mentioned that this is a unilateral electoral reform issue that will show a way to reduce people’s problems.

“The government’s performance in three years, its corruption and incompetence will attract the attention of the whole country. All facts will be collected and a white paper on the government’s performance will be published,” Khaqan Abbasi further insisted.

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