PPP to hold ‘massive public rally’ on Nov 4
KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has decided in principle to stage ‘massive public gathering’ on Sindh-Punjab border on November 4.
The decision to this effect was taken by PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
The senior leaders of the PPP will mull over a strategy for planned rally at a meeting today to be chaired by Bilawal.
It is learnt that Bilawal himself will monitor the arrangements for the rally and issue necessary directions to the workers.
Couple of days ago, Bilawal had threatened to launch movement for early elections if the government, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in particular, didn’t accept his four demands.
Bilawal’s four demands are:
To implement the resolution regarding China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
To re-constitute a parliamentary committee on national security
To pass Panama Bill drafted by Pakistan People’s Party
To immediately appoint the foreign minister