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  • Pakistan Democratic Movement holds anti-govt protest in Peshawar.
  • PDM chief Fazl says will keep fighting till government "drowns" in the sea.
  • PTI government is "not the people's representative": PML-N's Abbasi.
PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Imran Khan will not get a chance to escape when the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) reaches Islamabad, the Opposition alliance's chief, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said Saturday.

"We will shut down the roads when we reach Islamabad, not the government," Fazl said, addressing a rally in Peshawar alongside other PDM leaders, without specifying when the alliance would march towards the capital.

The Peshawar rally was a part of a series of protests by PDM, which included demonstrations in Karachi and Quetta earlier this month. The Opposition alliance will now head towards Lahore and then Islamabad — but the dates are yet to be announced.

"We will keep fighting till the government drowns in the sea," the PDM chief said, adding that the current setup had "damaged the country's Islamic identity".

He claimed that that the Opposition, ahead of a joint sitting of the parliament, "received threatening phone calls demanding that votes for the passage of bills be given in favour of the government".

Fazl said the Opposition alliance has not demanded local body elections, rather it wants to hold general elections immediately — which are originally scheduled to take place in 2023.

The PDM chief, referring to the 2018 general elections, said the "stolen" votes of the people should be returned to them, alleging that the government has "made arrangements to rig the next elections once more".

The Opposition has been persistent that the government "formed the basis for rigging" in the next elections when it bulldozed 33 bills in Wednesday's joint Parliament sitting, including crucial bills related to the use of electronic voting machines (EVMs) and granting voting rights to overseas Pakistanis.

The joint Opposition has warned that it will move the Supreme Court against the legislation in the Parliament, with the government asking it to sit on the negotiation table instead.

'These are not the people's representatives'
For his part, PML-N leader and former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said the incumbent government was "not the people's representative".

The former premier said the "events that led to the rigging of the 2018 elections" were gradually coming to light, as he reminded the people that former chief justice of Gilgit-Baltistan Rana Shamim had blamed ex-chief justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar for "playing a part in rigging" the polls.

Abbasi said the government would now "rig" the next general elections, just like it had "rigged" the Daska by-elections. "The legislation done in the Parliament will not resolve the country's problems," he added.

PML-N leader and former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi addressing a PDM protest in Peshawar on November 20, 2021. — YouTube/HumNewsLive
PML-N leader and former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi addressing a PDM protest in Peshawar on November 20, 2021. — YouTube/HumNewsLive
The former premier said when the rulers are "oblivious to the people's suffering, then they are not fit to rule" and should step down from office.

He reiterated that the government had granted an NRO (concession under the National Reconciliation Ordinance) to Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav by passing a law in this week's joint parliamentary sitting that allows him the right to review and reconsideration, in line with orders from the International Court of Justice.

Pakistan cannot prosper until the country runs in line with the constitution, he added.

 

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Cute.

After all the embarrassment this fraud has had to suffer, he still makes these threats.

What happened with PDM 1.o?

And then PDM 2.o?

Is its 3.o or 4.0, this time around? Sorry, lost count with 'em fighting among one another...
 

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1-2 Seat Party Politics

Whole purpose of Election is give power to Majority , in Pakistan we have 1-2 Seat parties , running around
with threats on street. Demanding Ministries for help to complete numbers

Normally if you only have 1-2 Seat from Total 200-300 seats , you announce retirement and focus on other stuff like making Lassi
 

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Don't you wish PAC should be working on some ejection seats. When some politician's get out of the line just fire the seat into the outer space and charge Russian's for doing the ASAT target practice on them.
What Pakistan have come to where thieves can threaten the government and no one is charged.
 

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IK is slowly bringing the positive changes. Hopefully we will have Presidental system in next 5 years and it will resolve most of the political problems.
 

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How the hell does this fat jahil get a voice and a platform
He is just another pet of the Corrupt people calling themselves the Establishment of Pakistan, and as you might know there are only handful of Landlords, Political Elites, and Military Generals making up this so called Establishment.
 

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  • Pakistan Democratic Movement holds anti-govt protest in Peshawar.
  • PDM chief Fazl says will keep fighting till government "drowns" in the sea.
  • PTI government is "not the people's representative": PML-N's Abbasi.
PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Imran Khan will not get a chance to escape when the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) reaches Islamabad, the Opposition alliance's chief, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said Saturday.

"We will shut down the roads when we reach Islamabad, not the government," Fazl said, addressing a rally in Peshawar alongside other PDM leaders, without specifying when the alliance would march towards the capital.

The Peshawar rally was a part of a series of protests by PDM, which included demonstrations in Karachi and Quetta earlier this month. The Opposition alliance will now head towards Lahore and then Islamabad — but the dates are yet to be announced.

"We will keep fighting till the government drowns in the sea," the PDM chief said, adding that the current setup had "damaged the country's Islamic identity".

He claimed that that the Opposition, ahead of a joint sitting of the parliament, "received threatening phone calls demanding that votes for the passage of bills be given in favour of the government".

Fazl said the Opposition alliance has not demanded local body elections, rather it wants to hold general elections immediately — which are originally scheduled to take place in 2023.

The PDM chief, referring to the 2018 general elections, said the "stolen" votes of the people should be returned to them, alleging that the government has "made arrangements to rig the next elections once more".

The Opposition has been persistent that the government "formed the basis for rigging" in the next elections when it bulldozed 33 bills in Wednesday's joint Parliament sitting, including crucial bills related to the use of electronic voting machines (EVMs) and granting voting rights to overseas Pakistanis.

The joint Opposition has warned that it will move the Supreme Court against the legislation in the Parliament, with the government asking it to sit on the negotiation table instead.

'These are not the people's representatives'
For his part, PML-N leader and former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said the incumbent government was "not the people's representative".

The former premier said the "events that led to the rigging of the 2018 elections" were gradually coming to light, as he reminded the people that former chief justice of Gilgit-Baltistan Rana Shamim had blamed ex-chief justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar for "playing a part in rigging" the polls.

Abbasi said the government would now "rig" the next general elections, just like it had "rigged" the Daska by-elections. "The legislation done in the Parliament will not resolve the country's problems," he added.

PML-N leader and former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi addressing a PDM protest in Peshawar on November 20, 2021. — YouTube/HumNewsLive
PML-N leader and former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi addressing a PDM protest in Peshawar on November 20, 2021. — YouTube/HumNewsLive
The former premier said when the rulers are "oblivious to the people's suffering, then they are not fit to rule" and should step down from office.

He reiterated that the government had granted an NRO (concession under the National Reconciliation Ordinance) to Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav by passing a law in this week's joint parliamentary sitting that allows him the right to review and reconsideration, in line with orders from the International Court of Justice.

Pakistan cannot prosper until the country runs in line with the constitution, he added.

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ib ke bar aar ya par? how many times you people are gonna say it instead of doing it?

BTW. the other day that there airport stripteaser khaqan abbasi offered his hand to sadr zardari who promptly pulled his hand back and smiled derisively causing abbassi to turn tail and run red-faced.

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With no mass support these guys are on the way out and airtime is the only thing keeping them alive.
 

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