Tuesday, November 17, 2020

PDM to hold rally in Peshawar on Nov 22 despite Imran Khan's ban on 'jalsas'

PDM Rally (File photo)

Karachi [Pakistan], Nov 17: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has answered to continue with its show in Peshawar on November 22, paying little heed to Prime Minister Imran Khan's assertion that "jalsas" won't be held in Pakistan in wake of the rising number of COVID-19 defilements. 

"The PDM's November 22 show in Peshawar will be held by plan," the media coordinator for the Opposition social affairs' partnership, Abdul Jalil Jan, said Monday, uncovered Geo News. 

Jan zeroed in on that the PDM's focal authority had recently decided to hold all the social occasions. "We won't allow the rulers to seek shelter behind the Covid pandemic," he said. 

Amidst the creating question over the emerging political choice achieves the Gilgit Baltistan territory, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday announced a limitation on congregations and parties. 

In an area after a get-together of the National Coordination Committee (NCC) on Covid, the Prime Minister had proclaimed a restriction on political gatherings and parties, similarly as a forbiddance on social affairs and crowds of more than 300 people, Geo News itemized. 

"The focal minister of Gilgit-Baltistan uncovered to us that the Covid spread basically after the political races," he said. 

India has pounded Islamabad for its decision to hold choices in the improperly elaborate region of Gilgit-Baltistan, saying that any action to change the status of the zone has no legal reason. (ANI)

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