Fawad predicts PDM will change long march’s date once again

Staff Reporter

Soon after Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) announced a long march in Islamabad on March 23, Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain predicted on Monday that the alliance’s head Maulana Fazlur Rehman had many times in the past changed the date of long march and expected that the decision would meet the same fate this time around too.

Responding to Fazl’s media talk, the minister in a video message said the JUI-F chief only wanted to remain relevant and therefore, he was making such moves.

“Have some courage Maulana Sahib and look around you… there is no one [to support you],” he added.

He predicted that the PDM will once again change the date of its long march as the alliance has done many times in the past.

Fawad said that March 23 was a significant day for all Pakistanis and the message from the political leadership on such a day should be of uniting the nation instead of dividing it.

“You are here and we are also here and March 23 is not far away… we will see what happens,” he added.

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