Pakistan’s second biggest party, Pakistan Muslim Leage (Nawaz) announced on Wednesday, that it will take out protest rallies throughout the whole nation in order to remove the recently convicted Prime Minister, Yousuf Raza Gilani, from office. Aaj News reported.
Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) announced its schedule of protests saying that rallied will be held in Taxila on May 4, Gujranwala on May 7, Bahawalpur and Sargodha on May 8 and in Gilani’s native city, Multan on May 10.
Regarding the long march, the party spokesperson said that Supreme Court’s detailed verdict regarding Yousuf Raza Gilani’s conviction in the contempt of court case, would decide when the long march would be conducted.
PML-N has recently been seeking assistance in organising protests against the Prime Minister, from various parties like Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI).
A committee has been formed in order to make a coalition with other political parties and civil society activists groups. The committee includes Chaudhry Nisar, Saad Rafique and Zulfiqar Khosa.
Where as Ghous Ali Shah has been directed to convince and gather the nationalist/separatist groups of Sindh for ousting the Prime Minister.