Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chief Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman has called another meeting of the opposition alliance in Islamabad on September 8.
It is learnt that the PDM will hold consultations to “speed up anti-government movement. The alliance will also consider the option of long march during the meeting.”
The component parties will plan a schedule of public rallies and plan the road caravan routes.
Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif will also attend the meeting via video link.
This will be the PDM’s second meeting in two weeks as the alliance gears up to revive its anti-government campaign that had stalled over the past couple of months.
THE POWER SHOW: On Sunday, the PDM in its first public rally in months at Karachi’s Bagh-e-Jinnah, declared its campaign is very much alive, and called upon the people to “rise and bring a revolution”.
The alliance had said it will “bury the government with a tide of people that will storm Islamabad”.
Fazal, who was the last to address the rally, had said that the three-year performance of the PTI has revealed how the government has turned the state and the people “insecure”.