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  • People want to get rid of the government, PDM chief Fazl claims.
  • Taking Pakistan forward not an easy path, Shahbaz says.
  • PDM to hold rallies in Faisalabad, Dera Ghazi Khan this month.
LAHORE: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) on Saturday called for early elections in the country, as it termed them the "need of the hour" and the only way forward for Pakistan amid rising inflation and economic crisis.
The demand was put forth by PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif as they addressed a press conference following a meeting at the latter's residence.
Briefing the media, Shahbaz said the country's political developments were discussed in detail during the meeting. He added that matters related to PDM, skyrocketing inflation, increase in electricity, flour prices, and dengue — which is wreaking havoc in the country — also came under discussion.
The Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly said all political parties and the masses demand free and fair elections in the country, which is the "only way to take Pakistan forward".
"This is not an easy path; we will have to commit all our energies to it, work, day and night, and only then can we take the country back to the state it was in during 2018 — after that, we can take the country towards progress," he said.
For this, we need to hold free and fair elections, he reiterated.
Responding to a question, Shahbaz said if Fazl calls for a long march against the government, he and his party would back him.
Fazl announces new round of rallies
For his part, Fazl said the PDM alliance was steadfast and serious in achieving its goals of ousting the incumbent government — which was the original motive when the alliance was formed in September last year.
Fazl said a "historic" public gathering would be held in Faisalabad on October 16 and a large gathering would take place in Dera Ghazi Khan on October 31. Prior to this, JUI-F has announced it will hold the Mufti Mehmood Conference on October 14.
"The people want to get rid of the government which has been forced on them, and to resolve this issue, there is a need to hold elections at the earliest," the PDM chief said, adding: "The institutions have been ruined."
The PDM chief said teachers, lawyers, doctors, landowners, labourers, farmers, were all drastically affected due to the government's policies, and a poor person cannot afford to put food on the table due to the rising inflation.
"This is a serious situation," Fazl said.
The PDM chief added that "even Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could not have damaged Pakistan the way the country's incumbent, prime minister, Imran Khan has".
 

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Lolololololololololol

This fat clown ate entire money off Kashmir committee for a decade and still have a p1g face along with his son shabaz the brother of bhagora.
 

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  • People want to get rid of the government, PDM chief Fazl claims.
  • Taking Pakistan forward not an easy path, Shahbaz says.
  • PDM to hold rallies in Faisalabad, Dera Ghazi Khan this month.
LAHORE: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) on Saturday called for early elections in the country, as it termed them the "need of the hour" and the only way forward for Pakistan amid rising inflation and economic crisis.
The demand was put forth by PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif as they addressed a press conference following a meeting at the latter's residence.
Briefing the media, Shahbaz said the country's political developments were discussed in detail during the meeting. He added that matters related to PDM, skyrocketing inflation, increase in electricity, flour prices, and dengue — which is wreaking havoc in the country — also came under discussion.
The Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly said all political parties and the masses demand free and fair elections in the country, which is the "only way to take Pakistan forward".
"This is not an easy path; we will have to commit all our energies to it, work, day and night, and only then can we take the country back to the state it was in during 2018 — after that, we can take the country towards progress," he said.
For this, we need to hold free and fair elections, he reiterated.
Responding to a question, Shahbaz said if Fazl calls for a long march against the government, he and his party would back him.
Fazl announces new round of rallies
For his part, Fazl said the PDM alliance was steadfast and serious in achieving its goals of ousting the incumbent government — which was the original motive when the alliance was formed in September last year.
Fazl said a "historic" public gathering would be held in Faisalabad on October 16 and a large gathering would take place in Dera Ghazi Khan on October 31. Prior to this, JUI-F has announced it will hold the Mufti Mehmood Conference on October 14.
"The people want to get rid of the government which has been forced on them, and to resolve this issue, there is a need to hold elections at the earliest," the PDM chief said, adding: "The institutions have been ruined."
The PDM chief said teachers, lawyers, doctors, landowners, labourers, farmers, were all drastically affected due to the government's policies, and a poor person cannot afford to put food on the table due to the rising inflation.
"This is a serious situation," Fazl said.
The PDM chief added that "even Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could not have damaged Pakistan the way the country's incumbent, prime minister, Imran Khan has".
It's 2021. Elections are in 2023 as per 1973 constitution.
How many times your favorite PDM is gonna do long marches against this govt?
 

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Pakistan Donkey movement…… supported only by donkeys .

These harami vultures are waiting to rape Pakistan again. They will continue to be disappointed and their haram sperms will keep spreading their idiotic message online.
 
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PDM TO FLEX ITS MUSCLES IN PUNJAB’S SECOND-LARGEST CITY ON SATURDAY

The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) is all set to hold a public rally in Faisalabad on October 16 (Saturday), ARY News reported on Monday.


The public gathering will be hosted by Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadith Pakistan, which is also a part of a multi-party opposition alliance.

The public gathering will be held in Faisalabad’a Dhobi Ghat ground.

PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif, Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP) General Secretary, Shah Owais Nooran, and other opposition leaders would address the gathering.

Separately, Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has summoned a meeting of top party leaders on October 18 to discuss various matters including Islamabad long march.

The session would be attended by JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif, PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz and other opposition party leaders.

The opposition leadership would mull over the joint strategy to take forward the anti-government movement besides finalising the date and features of the upcoming road caravan.

The multi-party alliance will also hold a public rally in Dera Ghazi Khan (DG Khan) on October 31.

Earlier, Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) had decided to focus on Punjab as the centre of its protest movement against the government. The opposition parties alliance had decided to hold public meetings and road caravans in Punjab.
 

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Can you believe this lot were in the corridors of power at one point? Pakistan didn't even have a foreign minister :lol: I really don't understand what people see in them

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It is actually a get together of all haram eating haram loving low IQ citizens of Pakistan. Imagine the stench and disgusting faces of such crowd .
PDM faisalabad idiots :
 
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  • People want to get rid of the government, PDM chief Fazl claims.
  • Taking Pakistan forward not an easy path, Shahbaz says.
  • PDM to hold rallies in Faisalabad, Dera Ghazi Khan this month.
LAHORE: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) on Saturday called for early elections in the country, as it termed them the "need of the hour" and the only way forward for Pakistan amid rising inflation and economic crisis.
The demand was put forth by PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif as they addressed a press conference following a meeting at the latter's residence.
Briefing the media, Shahbaz said the country's political developments were discussed in detail during the meeting. He added that matters related to PDM, skyrocketing inflation, increase in electricity, flour prices, and dengue — which is wreaking havoc in the country — also came under discussion.
The Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly said all political parties and the masses demand free and fair elections in the country, which is the "only way to take Pakistan forward".
"This is not an easy path; we will have to commit all our energies to it, work, day and night, and only then can we take the country back to the state it was in during 2018 — after that, we can take the country towards progress," he said.
For this, we need to hold free and fair elections, he reiterated.
Responding to a question, Shahbaz said if Fazl calls for a long march against the government, he and his party would back him.
Fazl announces new round of rallies
For his part, Fazl said the PDM alliance was steadfast and serious in achieving its goals of ousting the incumbent government — which was the original motive when the alliance was formed in September last year.
Fazl said a "historic" public gathering would be held in Faisalabad on October 16 and a large gathering would take place in Dera Ghazi Khan on October 31. Prior to this, JUI-F has announced it will hold the Mufti Mehmood Conference on October 14.
"The people want to get rid of the government which has been forced on them, and to resolve this issue, there is a need to hold elections at the earliest," the PDM chief said, adding: "The institutions have been ruined."
The PDM chief said teachers, lawyers, doctors, landowners, labourers, farmers, were all drastically affected due to the government's policies, and a poor person cannot afford to put food on the table due to the rising inflation.
"This is a serious situation," Fazl said.
The PDM chief added that "even Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could not have damaged Pakistan the way the country's incumbent, prime minister, Imran Khan has".



ok Mr. Diesal..
 

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General Elections may end up being more proactive for the economy than any sham this government is capable of bringing.
 

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  • People want to get rid of the government, PDM chief Fazl claims.
  • Taking Pakistan forward not an easy path, Shahbaz says.
  • PDM to hold rallies in Faisalabad, Dera Ghazi Khan this month.
LAHORE: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) on Saturday called for early elections in the country, as it termed them the "need of the hour" and the only way forward for Pakistan amid rising inflation and economic crisis.
The demand was put forth by PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif as they addressed a press conference following a meeting at the latter's residence.
Briefing the media, Shahbaz said the country's political developments were discussed in detail during the meeting. He added that matters related to PDM, skyrocketing inflation, increase in electricity, flour prices, and dengue — which is wreaking havoc in the country — also came under discussion.
The Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly said all political parties and the masses demand free and fair elections in the country, which is the "only way to take Pakistan forward".
"This is not an easy path; we will have to commit all our energies to it, work, day and night, and only then can we take the country back to the state it was in during 2018 — after that, we can take the country towards progress," he said.
For this, we need to hold free and fair elections, he reiterated.
Responding to a question, Shahbaz said if Fazl calls for a long march against the government, he and his party would back him.
Fazl announces new round of rallies
For his part, Fazl said the PDM alliance was steadfast and serious in achieving its goals of ousting the incumbent government — which was the original motive when the alliance was formed in September last year.
Fazl said a "historic" public gathering would be held in Faisalabad on October 16 and a large gathering would take place in Dera Ghazi Khan on October 31. Prior to this, JUI-F has announced it will hold the Mufti Mehmood Conference on October 14.
"The people want to get rid of the government which has been forced on them, and to resolve this issue, there is a need to hold elections at the earliest," the PDM chief said, adding: "The institutions have been ruined."
The PDM chief said teachers, lawyers, doctors, landowners, labourers, farmers, were all drastically affected due to the government's policies, and a poor person cannot afford to put food on the table due to the rising inflation.
"This is a serious situation," Fazl said.
The PDM chief added that "even Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could not have damaged Pakistan the way the country's incumbent, prime minister, Imran Khan has".
Mullah needs deiseal, Nora needs to clear his name, Maryam needs small medical attention in London and Bilo Rani needs to keep inheritance of NY flat. They all need something but thanks to Allah Pakistan don't need any of them.
 

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