PDM is stronger than before, rumours about conflict within alliance are false: Fazl – SUCH TV

PDM is stronger than before, rumours about conflict within alliance are false: Fazl – SUCH TV

The leaders of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) on Friday addressed a press conference and said that the 11-party alliance is stronger than before, adding that rumours about conflicts within the party are false.

Speaking on behalf of the alliance, PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman reiterated that the government only has one month to resign, after which PDM members will join heads and start planning the long march.

“We will decide whether to hold long march towards Rawalpindi or Islamabad,” he said, adding that the alliance will announce the date and venue soon.

Speaking about the by-polls and Senate elections, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said PDM parties will participate in by-polls, adding that participating in the Senate elections will be taken by the alliance later.

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Answering a question, the PDM chief said that many of the decisions taken during the meeting prior to the conference are confidential, therefore, the alliance is not under any obligations to share everything with media.

Prior to the press briefing, the PDM held a meeting at Jati Umra in Lahore to make final decisions regarding the future course of action of their anti-government campaign.

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Adding to the topic of resignations, PML-N vice-president Maryam Nawaz Sharif said that her party members have already submitted their resignations to her.

PPP has not said anything about resignations: Shibli Faraz

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Speaking to Geo News in response to PDM’s statements, Federal Information Minister Shibli Faraz said that the “expression on PDM members’ faces showed that they did not make any significant decisions during their meeting.”

Shibli Faraz added that the main stakeholder in the assemblies is the PPP, which has still not issued any statements about their resignations.

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