Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Sunday announced countrywide protests against rising inflation and poor economic policies within the next two weeks.
The JUI-F chief made the statement while speaking to the journalists in Islamabad after holding an informal meeting with PDM members at his residence.
The PDM head requested the public to take to the streets against rising inflation, unemployment. A session of PDM would be held in Islamabad on Monday where important decisions will be taken regarding long march and protest demonstrations, he added.
Earlier today Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Opposition Leader in National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif, in a telephonic conversation, had decided that Opposition will start a campaign against the rising inflation in the country.
Taking to its official Twitter account, the PML-N confirmed that both the leaders have agreed to launch a full-fledged movement against the worst inflation in the country.
The two leaders agreed to hold countrywide movement, protest rallies and marches to get the nation out of its homes to save it from inflation, unemployment and worst economic situation.
Both the leaders also decided to join other opposition parties in the country.