Lahore/Faisalabad (Staff Report): Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari began an anti-government rally from Lahore which aims to put pressure on the government to accept his 'four demands'.
According to details, rally caravan of PPP’s supporters led by Bilawal will reach Faisalabad. PPP supporters are showing their excitement for the rally by dancing on the beat of Dhol, while the women have donned Henna and bangles, as part of the celebrations.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said while addressing workers at the Sagina Bridge, Lahore, "I have begun a movement which will continue till the remains of Zia are eliminated."
He said that the Sharifs have held Punjab as their hostage and servants. They have occupied the land of the Sufis, he added.
Prior to his departure from Bilawal House, Lahore, a PPP parliamentarian from Punjab Nadeem Afzal Channa tied an Imam Zamin on his arm.
The PPP parliamentarian said while speaking to the media, “We are out to fight corrupt rulers.”
The party co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari spoke to Bilawal over the phone hours before the rally.
Both Zardari and Bilawal agreed over giving the government a tough time over their 'four demands' during the conversation. Zardari said the government was playing with public interest, but they will not step back from their demands.
The PPP chairperson determined four demands from the government during his address in Karsaz on October 17, 2016.
1. The parliamentary committee on national security be formed
2. PPP’s Panama bill be passed
3. The party's co-chairperson, Asif Zardari’s, resolution on CPEC be implemented
4. A foreign minister be appointed immediately