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PPP chief says PDM lengthy march in Islamabad will not simply final for a day

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  • PPP chief Qamar Zaman Kaira pronounces Islamabad sit-in wont be for a day.
  • He mentioned that PDM has determined lengthy march won’t be a one-day assembly
  • The PPP chief additionally mentioned that the members of the sit-ins won’t harm any property like the opposite marches held beneath the banner of the PTI authorities.

PPP chief Qamar Zaman Kaira says that the Pakistan Democratic Motion (PDM) management has determined that the lengthy march won’t be a one-day sitting.

Showing on Geo Information program Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Sath, he mentioned that caravans from everywhere in the nation will attain Islamabad. He mentioned members of the sit-in will cease at Faizabad for some time after which transfer to a different place in two or three days.

The PPP chief mentioned they won’t harm any property just like the marches held beneath the banner of the earlier authorities of Prime Minister Imran Khan. “We will have a peaceful protest, we will also go to the red zone,” he mentioned.

A day earlier, PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman addressed a press convention after an necessary assembly of the anti-government alliance.

The convention was held to mull over a number of methods, together with participation within the Senate elections and the lengthy march, in its anti-government marketing campaign.

Learn extra: PDM agrees on ‘lengthy march’, contesting Senate elections collectively: Fazlur Rehman

Fazl had mentioned that the alliance has selected a “long march” in direction of Islamabad on March 26. 

Sources say the lengthy march shall be termed the “mehengai march” (march towards inflation).

He additionally mentioned that the events have determined to contest the Senate elections collectively and won’t go towards one another’s candidates. “Our candidates will be jointly decided,” he had added.

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