Administration of Rawalpindi has denied permission to Pakistan Peoples Party for jalsa in Liaquat Bagh on 27th December.
According to details Rawalpindi administration and police have denied Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) permission to hold a rally at Liaquat Bagh on December 27
PPP had sought permission from the district administration to conduct the rally – scheduled to observe former prime minister Benazir Bhutto’s 12th death anniversary – and requested the management to provide security.
Moreover, the district administration refused to give permission to PPP to carry out the rally due security risks as party’s central leadership expected to attend the gathering.
However, Sources said thet PPP workers will stage a protest outside DC Office Rawalpindi.
District administration said that keeping in view reports of intelligence agencies, they cannot take any risk.
Bilawal Bhutto announced that party will observe the death anniversary of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto at Liaquat Bagh.
Bilawal Bhutto’s spokesman said that the government is resorting to cheap tactics, and repressing any voice against it.
Khokar said rally to held at Liaquat Bagh at any cost, adding that they will utilise every legal option.
Addressing a press conference earlier in the day in Karachi, Bilawal accused the government of creating obstacles in his party’s plans to observe late Benazir’s death anniversary in Rawalpindi.
He said that the authorities had not yet issued permission for the event.
Bilawal slammed the government for suppressing the political activities in the country.
“The government wants to harass the opposition. Any opposition leader, who speaks up [against the government] is arrested. However, he added that the next year would the year of elections.