The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), While rejecting the government’s request to postpone long march due to terrorism threats and rising cases of coronavirus fueled by its new variant Omicron, has decided to continue its long march as per schedule on March 23 (Pakistan Day).
As per details, The PDM Chief Fazl-ur-Rehman while briefing media about decisions taken in summit session of opposition alliance said that “Caravans from all over the country will leave for Islamabad on March 23,”
The JUI-F chief while responding to Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed’s request to defer the long march due to Pakistan Day parade, said that “As far as the parade is concerned, it takes place from morning to afternoon and our marchers will enter Islamabad in the afternoon, so there is no conflict.”
Fazl-ur-Rehman also warned the authorities against any attempt to use force to prevent the marchers from entering the federal capital.
The head of multi party alliance while speaking over Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs), said that the PDM had already rejected the Election Act Amendment Bill and will not accept general elections under electronic voting machines.
He also rejected the recently passed Finance Supplementary Bill, 2022 generally known as mini-budget.
The PDM Chief further demanded the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to immediately withdraw the finance bill as it will put more burden on poor people, He also slammed govt over SBP bill and shortage of urea in the country.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *