PDM’s first wicket has fallen in second over

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Islamabad

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Political Communication, Dr. Shahbaz Gill on Monday said that the first wicket of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has fallen in second over. Taking to twitter, SAPM reacted to former premier Nawaz Sharif not addressing PDM rally in Karachi yesterday. Gill said that fugitive thief Nawaz Sharif did not address the Karachi rally. “This indicates that PDM has rejected Nawaz Sharif. More wickets are yet to fall. Shame and humiliation are the fate of PDM,” he said.—INP

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