PDM not to allow PTI’s march to enter Islamabad


The ruling coalition and Pakistan Democratic Movement on Wednesday ahead of the expected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf long march decided to not allow PTI’s long march to enter Islamabad.

The meeting of PDM leaders and government allies was held at the Prime Minister’s House to discuss the country’s political situation and PTI’s expected long march. During the meeting, it was decided that the long march would not be allowed to enter Islamabad under any circumstances.

During the meeting, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif formed two committees comprising PDM and coalition government members, to oversee legal and political matters. The political committee will be responsible to counter Imran Khan’s statements before the masses.and the legal committee will be responsible for the action plan on legal issues between the alliance and PDM parties, sources added.

“Our preparations regarding Imran Khan’s long march are complete,” Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said during the meeting.

The Interior Minister also gave a briefing on cypher, audio leaks and also informed them about the negotiations and demands with the farmers, sources said.

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