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Pakistan: Opposition Parties Form Alliance To Oust Imran Khan-Led Govt

Islamabad: Pakistan’s main opposition events introduced that they’ve fashioned an alliance to demand the ousting of the incumbent Imran Khan-led authorities, it was reported on Monday.

After naming their alliance because the Pakistan Democratic Motion (PDM), the leaders on Sunday additionally introduced launching of a three-phased anti-government motion below an “action plan” ranging from subsequent month with countrywide public conferences, protest demonstrations and rallies in December and a “decisive long march” in the direction of Islamabad in January 2021, studies Daybreak information.

Briefing reporters on the conclusion of greater than eight-hour-long PPP-hosted multi-party convention (MPC) which was additionally addressed by deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and former President Asif Ali Zardari by way of video hyperlink, the opposition leaders introduced that they’d use all political and democratic choices, together with no-confidence motions and en mass resignations from Parliament, to hunt “the selected Prime Minister’s resignation and an end to the role of the establishment in politics”.

The main points of the “action plan” had been offered earlier than the media by JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman within the presence of PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif and vice chairman Maryam Nawaz, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari and different outstanding opposition leaders at a press briefing.

Earlier than saying the “action plan” geared toward ousting the current authorities, the JUI-F chief additionally learn out a 26-point declaration within the type of a decision containing varied calls for, together with “end of establishment’s interference in politics, new free and fair elections after formulation of election reforms with no role of armed forces and intelligence agencies, release of political prisoners, withdrawal of cases against journalists, implementation of the National Action Plan against terrorism, speeding up of the projects under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and across the board accountability under a new accountability law”.

By the decision, the opposition events additionally demanded sacking of Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on Data retired Lt Gen Asim Saleem Bajwa and a clear investigation into the media report about his offshore companies and properties.

(IANS)

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