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PML-N announces anti-government protests across Punjab

Protests to give PTI government a 'tough time'

SAMAA | - Posted: Mar 2, 2021 | Last Updated: 1 month ago
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Posted: Mar 2, 2021 | Last Updated: 1 month ago
PML-N announces anti-government protests across Punjab

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The PML-N has announced anti-government protests across Punjab before the Pakistan Democratic Movement's long march on March 26. The decision was taken to give the government a "tough time". The opposition party said the protests will be their strategy to oust the PTI government. According to reports, here's a rough schedule of the protests. March 3: Mianwali March 5: Gujranwala, Mandi Bahauddin, Rawalpindi city, Attock March 6: Gujrat and Chakwal March 7: Sialkot, Lodhran and Narowal March 11: Pakpattan March 12: Vehari March 13: Khanewal, Attock, and RawalpindiMarch 15: Dera Ghazi Khan March 17: Rahim Yar KhanMarch 20: Rahim Yar Khan and Attock According to the PML-N spokesperson, the dates for protests in Lahore, Faisalabad, Kasur, Jhelum, Sheikhupura, Layyah, and Rajanpur have not been finalised yet. The party leadership will, however, reveal the final schedule of protests soon.
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The PML-N has announced anti-government protests across Punjab before the Pakistan Democratic Movement’s long march on March 26.

The decision was taken to give the government a “tough time”. The opposition party said the protests will be their strategy to oust the PTI government.

According to reports, here’s a rough schedule of the protests.

March 3: Mianwali
March 5: Gujranwala, Mandi Bahauddin, Rawalpindi city, Attock
March 6: Gujrat and Chakwal
March 7: Sialkot, Lodhran and Narowal
March 11: Pakpattan
March 12: Vehari
March 13: Khanewal, Attock, and Rawalpindi
March 15: Dera Ghazi Khan
March 17: Rahim Yar Khan
March 20: Rahim Yar Khan and Attock

According to the PML-N spokesperson, the dates for protests in Lahore, Faisalabad, Kasur, Jhelum, Sheikhupura, Layyah, and Rajanpur have not been finalised yet.

The party leadership will, however, reveal the final schedule of protests soon.

 
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