Pakistani Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Rana Sanaullah also said the opposition only wanted free and fair elections, and the PML-N leader said the coalition power show in Lahore would serve as a referendum against the “elected and cartoon government.” of Imran Khan ”.
Pakistan – Pakistani Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Rana Sanaullah on Thursday warned Prime Minister Imran Khan, led by Pakistani Prime Minister Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), to create obstacles for the next Lahore meeting by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) that the government will play a role if the situation becomes violent.
Sanaullah made the remarks while speaking to reporters following a PDM meeting in which opposition parties reviewed preparations for the December 13 meeting and plotted a planned protest, Geo News reported.
Reiterating that the opposition party only wants free and fair elections, the PML-N leader said the next coalition power show in Lahore would serve as a referendum against the elected and cartoon government of Imran Khan.
“December 13 will be the day when people from all over the country will come out against this fascist government,” Sanaullah said.
The PDM has announced that it will hold a public meeting in Lahore at all costs, while the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) will hold a meeting on December 7 in Lahore to finalize preparations ahead of the meeting, hosted by PML-N, reports Geo News.
Meanwhile, PML-N Information Secretary Marriyyum Aurangzeb advised Imran Khan to ‘kindly leave’ before the public showed him the door on December 13.
Responding to the upcoming jalsa, PTI Senator Faisal Javed Khan on Thursday said the government would not create barriers to the PDM jalsa as the rally was a ‘major obstacle in itself’.
Taking his Twitter account, he further wrote that all PDM circles had failed and failed to put pressure on the government.
This comes after the fifth PDM power show kicked off on Monday amid the government’s serious efforts to disrupt it.
The PDM has held four similar meetings in Peshawar, Gujranwala, Karachi and Quetta since October 16.