Prime Minister’s Advisor on Parliamentary Affairs Dr. Babar Awan also called on Imran Khan in Islamabad on Thursday.
According to the details, during the meeting, parliamentary matters and the matters related to the movement against the government was discussed.
The Pakistan Democratic Movement, formed by the opposition to topple the government, will hold its first public gathering on October 16 in Gujranwala.
The rally is being spearheaded by the main opposition party, the PML-N, which has vowed to hold the gathering no matter “how hard the government pushes to stop it”.
Meanwhile, the government has reiterated that it will not create any hurdles for the opposition as long as the rally is peaceful and abides by the law.
Earlier while talking to media, the PML- N leader Rana Sanaullah said the government is trying to influence the October 16 procession of the PML-N.
He alleged that the government is making political cases against PML-N leaders. Talking about PML-N protest and rallies, he said it will be a referendum and it will take place in all the cities of the country.
If the demands of the referendum are not met, people will march towards Islamabad. He said the prices of drugs are six-fold high and people are unable to eat twice a day.
Our movement is for a transparent election in the country. All will follow the decision of the PDM if it decides to resign, he added.