Friday, September 30, 2022

PPP long march to surprise everyone: Yousaf Raza Gillani

Yousaf Raza Gillani, the main leader of the Pakistan People Party, has predicted that the PPP long march will surprise its political rivals after seeing certain major people.

In an interview with media in Multan today, Yousaf Raza Gillani asserted that the PPP’s long march will be a surprise to everyone until they see some [prominent] personalities on the march route. He went on to say that the people of Multan would demonstrate their support for the PPP during the lengthy march.

The PPP leader stated that the long march against the present administration will begin on February 27 under the leadership of its chairman, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. “During the long march, between 25,000 and 30,000 people will go side by side with Bilawal.”


Prior to presenting a no-confidence motion, he stated that his political party will channel public anger over inflation and other grievances against the existing government into a political campaign against the government. Gillani asserted that no one could endure the PPP’s mass appeal and popular support. His statement stated that the PPP is organising a long march for the entire country, but not for a specific province.

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“Consultations with political parties and the Pakistan Democratic Movement are currently underway” (PDM). The PECA [Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act] ordinance was also the subject of our protests, but the session was adjourned.”


According to Gillani, the PTI’s march in Sindh exposed the alarm among the party’s political rivals because of its “short duration.” He went on to say that the government in Sindh is stable and that there is no reason to impose governor rule.

On February 27, the PTI declared the start of the ‘Huqooq-e-Sindh March’, which will run from Ghotki to Karachi.

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