Pakistani opposition parties to hold first rally on Oct 11 in Quetta

Islamabad, Sep 29(UNI) Pakistan’s opposition parties under the banner of ‘Pakistan Democratic Movement’ (PDM) announced on Tuesday that it would be holding it’s first public meeting on October 11 in Quetta.
Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has emerged as an alliance of almost all major opposition parties of the country that seek the Imran Khan led government’s ouster.
Speaking to the press after PDM’s first formal meeting here in the city, PML-N leader and former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi declared the anti-government movement will be launched across the country after the “historic” rally in Quetta.
Abbasi who was accompanied by PML-N’s Maryam Nawaz and PPP chairperson Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said “This movement will keep growing and will be successful in ridding Pakistan of this undemocratic process,”.
Abbasi said that today’s meeting condemned the ‘shrinking’ space for democracy in the country and also deleberated on other issues such as inflation, unemployement, corruption etc.
Dawn quoted PPP leader Raja Pervez Ashraf saying that the October 11 rally will be followed by a series of public meetings in all provinces.


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