The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has planned to take out at least 30 public meetings by year-end.
It is learnt that the September 10 meeting of the opposition alliance will discuss the plan in detail.
PDM chief Fazal-ur-Rehman recently proposed holding 30 rallies across the country.
The PDM chief made this proposal during the alliance’s recent meeting in Karachi which was also addressed by former prime minister Nawaz Sharif from London.
Insiders, however, said that the schedule of rallies has not yet been announced and it is also not clear if the rallies will culminate in Islamabad or not.
Last week, the PDM, in a rally held after a couple of 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”.