Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), a coalition of opposition parties, is going to show strength today against Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. This alliance of 11 opposition parties will show their strength to Imran Khan through his first public rally in Gujranwala city today. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who lives the fugitive life in London, can also address this rally.
Opposition will show power to Imran
This coalition of opposition parties is being led by Maulana Fazlur Rahman, chief of Pakistan’s fundamentalist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal. Apart from Fazlur Rahman, other important attendees at the rally at the Jinnah Stadium in the city will also include PML-N vice-president Maryam Nawaz and PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
People attending the rally are required to wear masks
Organizers have declared wearing of masks necessary to attend the rally due to corona virus. No one will be allowed to enter the venue without a mask. A distance of three to six feet from each other will also have to be maintained. The Pakistan government and administration are also keeping an eye on this rally.
Opposition will conduct several rallies across the country
After Friday’s rally, this coalition of opposition parties will hold its second public meeting in Karachi on 18 October. Then there will be the last meeting in Quetta on 25 October, Peshawar on 22 November, Multan on 30 November and Lahore on 13 December. Through these rallies, the opposition parties are calling on the people to together to overthrow the Imran Khan government.
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