PML-N leader suggests march to capital

Rana Sanaullah urges opposition parties to take to the roads for a ‘long march’

Our Correspondent October 17, 2021


Punjab PML-N president Rana Sanaullah has stressed that the opposition parties should take to the roads for a ‘long march’ against Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Talking to the media after attending the hearing of a case against him in an anti-narcotics court, the former minister said the ruling PTI had given nothing but starvation to the nation. He said the prices of all food items and petroleum products had skyrocketed and the basic necessities had gone out of the reach of poor people.

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“The time has come that people should come onto the roads and march towards Islamabad and the rulers should be thrown out of parliament,” he maintained.

The PML-N leader also called for a national ‘charter of economy’, asserting that it had become difficult for any e political party to put the country on right the track by itself amid the prevailing crises. Earlier, the case hearing was adjourned till November 16.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 17th, 2021.


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