- Maryam Nawaz says a protracted march would positively be held
- States that date for lengthy march to be introduced relying on individuals’s comfort, climate
- Individuals at PDM rally in Bahawalpur “broke the record” yesterday, “surprised me”
LAHORE: PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Monday warned of “other decisions” if the PTI regime didn’t agree to go away “with dignity” by January 31 — the deadline set by the Opposition-led anti-government coalition underneath the Pakistan Democratic Motion’s (PDM) banner.
A protracted march will certainly be held, Maryam Nawaz stated, including that its date shall be introduced relying on the individuals’s comfort and climate.
She stated the PDM positively had a plan for the lengthy march, which “will be held for sure”.
The PML-N chief stated that Opposition lawmakers will resign from assemblies as properly, including that if the PTI authorities didn’t agree to go away with dignity by January 31, then the lots will make “other decisions”.
Talking of the PDM rally in Bahawalpur a day prior, she stated individuals broke the document yesterday when it comes to attendance on the occasion. They “surprised me”, she wrote on Twitter.
“Those here [in Bahawalpur] were saying such a large number of people had never come out here before yesterday. That is why I said yesterday ‘Punjab has woken up’,” she stated.
With regard to the “reprehensible” Machh bloodbath, Maryam Nawaz stated the incident of “sectarian terrorism speaks volumes about the heartlessness, indifference, and incompetence of the federal and provincial governments”.
“Neither do they [the federal and provincial governments] know how to work nor how to reassure those who are grieving. Such a government has no right to impose itself on the people.
“The entire nation sympathises with its oppressed brothers,” she added.