Islamabad, 17 November (IANS). The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), a coalition of 11 opposition parties against the current government in Pakistan, has decided to hold its rally on November 22 in Peshawar.
This is going to be the fourth after having three power shows in Gujranwala on 16 October, Karachi on 19 October and Quetta on 25 October.
Quoting the statement of Abdul Jalil Jan, media coordinator of the coalition, Geo News said in its report on Monday, PDM rally in Peshawar on November 22 will be as per schedule.
Abdul Jalil stressed that the decision has already been taken by the PDM high command to hold all the meetings.
“We will not allow the ruler to hide under the cover of the Coronavirus epidemic,” he said.
The announcement of the alliance came after the Prime Minister made a televised address to the nation, calling for a ban on public ceremonies, including political rallies and other rituals, in view of the rise in new cases of Corona.
After Peshawar, the PDM has two more rallies – Multan on 30 November and Lahore on 13 December.
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