PDM decides to give tough time to Govt; chalks out new schedule for public rallies

PDM decides to give tough time to Govt; chalks out new schedule for public rallies

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Lahore: The Pakistani Democracy Movement (PDM) has decided to give the government more time and set a new timetable to hold meetings and assemblies before the January 31 deadline.

The Pakistan Democracy Movement has set a deadline for the government to resign on January 31. According to PDM sources, member states have been asked for comments on the proposed schedule for the PDM assembly.

According to PDM sources, according to the proposed timetable, PDM will hold a public rally in Bahawalpur on December 24, while leaders of the 11-party opposition coalition will meet in Benazir Bou A rally was held in Larcana on the anniversary of Toto’s birth.

PDM will be in Mardan on December 29th, Sargodha on January 2nd, Marrakech on January 4th, Sialkot on January 9th, Bannu on January 12th, Tharparkar on January 16th, Faisalabad on January 19th , Khuzdar held rallies on January 23 and Zhuob on January 26.

PDM sources said that the opposition party has given the government a deadline of January 31 to resign. If the government does not resign before January 31, PDM will begin to march towards Islamabad.

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