In Lahore, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) wants PM Imran Khan to boycott the planned long march on Islamabad, but wants Maryam Nawaz to lead it.
Maryam Nawaz intends to mobilise the workers and lead the long march from the provincial capital, but Imran would be ousted without it, a PML-N leader told.
PML-Q To pick between the PTI and the opposition, Senator Kamil Ali Agha told.
Concerned that OIC supporters will leave the government or vote against PM Imran Khan in the no-trust resolution, Mr Agha said: “The OIC is a big event and it should run smoothly.”
The leadership will likely decide after the OIC moot on the opposition’s offer.
“We are now in government and in talks with the opposition,” he stated, supporting the opposition’s no-trust motion against the prime.
The Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) legislators in the KP Assembly resigned on Wednesday, claiming broken commitments.
This was confirmed by BAP MP Bilawal Afridi, who said his party would soon make decisions benefiting their districts and KP.
In the afternoon of March 23, the long march caravan will leave Karachi and Quetta for Multan, where it will be led by Maryam Nawaz to Islamabad. Similarly, KP protesters would head for Islamabad on March 24, while national marches arrive on March 25.
Per PML-N Punjab media secretary Azma Bokhari, Maryam Nawaz will lead the long march from Lahore if requested.