ISLAMABAD — The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), an alliance comprising 11 of the country’s opposition parties, has said that it was ready for the second phase of its anti-government campaign, the media reported.
In a statement, PDM on Monday, PDM spokesperson Mian Iftikhar Hussain said that the party’s steering committee finalised a schedule for it and the second phase will begin with a public meeting in Mardan on Tuesday, reports Geo News.
The opposition alliance will then hold a rally in Larkana on December 27 on the eve of the death anniversary of late Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
The party held its last power show in Lahore on December 13.
The PDM has been holding public rallies across Pakistan without permission from district authorities to hold them in the wake of the current Covid-19 situation.
The five earlier PDM rallies were held on October 16 in Gujranwala, October 19 in Karachi, October 25 in Quetta, November 22 in Peshawar and November 30 in Multan. — IANS