PML-N ready to show-off power in Lahore
PML N is ready to display their power to the federal government in the walled city of Lahore on Friday, October 28. The opposition party has organised the rally to register a protest against the poor policies of government which have led to agonistic situation
of mounting inflation, ruthless load shedding and ever increasing rates of electricity. The rally would be conducted from Nasser Bagh to Bhati Chowk under the leadership of Chief Minister Punjab, Mian Shehbaz Sharif.
The rally has been named as “Go Zardari Go” as the supreme leadership of Pakistan Muslim League N has opened a front against the President since last few months. The opposition is of the view that the current government has failed to provide any kind of
incentives to the common man and has rather added to the misery of the mass. They are also demanding mid-term elections in Pakistan so the new government could formalise a people friendly strategy in the country.
According to the reliable sources, the MNAs and PMAs of opposition party, are asked to bring maximum people in the remonstration to make it successful and eye opener for Zardari and Co. Meanwhile, federal government has alleged the provincial government
of using official resources for their party matters.
Furthermore, Pakistan People Party, is at the safe end after the next close call of PTI to hold a congregation at Minar-e-Pakistan on October 30. PML-N has now to concentrate on the numbers of demonstrators against Imran’s party.
Rehman Malik, the interior minister of Pakistan has declared the situation a tug of war between PML-N and PTI. Talking to the media on October 28, the minister said that, “It is the fight between the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and PML-N. Why is the People’s
Party being dragged into it?” He added that, “Our PPP workers are very enthusiastic. If they decide to march towards Raiwind, we will not be able to stop them.”
Earlier on, PPP which is the ruling party in the centre, appealed PML-N to cancel the protest after the death of Begum Nusrat Bhutto, which was turned down straightforwardly.