Bilawal to meet ANP leadership in Charsadda today After PDM meeting: each day after the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) held its meeting on Saturday.
A day earlier, leaders of the remaining eight PDM parties held a gathering after which the alliance announced. It had rejected the government’s “unilateral electoral reforms” and vowed to carry fresh protests across Pakistan.
Political observers and analysts are keeping an in-depth eye on Bhutto’s meeting with the ANP leadership. Because it comes after PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif’s release and subsequent efforts to cause a reconciliation between the PPP, ANP, and therefore the PDM.
After the meeting takes place, leaders of the 2 parties will hold a joint news conference .
‘Will not waste time’ over PPP, ANP: Fazl
PDM President, responding to an issue, said during a news conference on Saturday that the PPP and ANP weren’t discussed during the alliance’s meeting.
He said the PDM didn’t discuss the 2 parties as they’re not a neighborhood of the alliance.
“They can still contact the PDM leadership and apprise them about their intentions. But it’s not something that we’ll waste time over anymore during PDM meetings,” he had said.
Meanwhile, taking up the presser, PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz had said her father, Nawaz Sharif, had taken an equivalent position because the JUI-F chief.
PDM announces schedule of ‘massive protests’ against govt
Fazl said the PDM has decided to start legal proceedings against the PTI-led government’s “unlawful acts”, for which. A legal team is going to be formed, with Azam Nazeer Tarar as its convener and JUI-F’s Kamran Murtaza because the co-convener.
He had said the alliance had decided a future course of action and on Independence Day. A huge anti-government protest is going to be held in Swat, followed by another one in Karachi on July 29.
Thereafter, on the occasion of August 14, Independence Day. A huge protest is in Islamabad, with PDM showing solidarity to Kashmiris and Palestinians.
PML-N also will host a budget seminar soon to make a unified strategy during the government’s budget session within the parliament.