The Lahore High Court on Tuesday has directed the Punjab government and deputy commissioner over a petition seeking a ban on Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) Lahore rally.
According to the details, the court directed the concerns to respond to a writ petition seeking a ban on the upcoming rally of the opposition alliance on December 13th at Minar e Pakistan.
The bench that conducted the hearing has directed Punjab Government to furnish a response to the petition by tomorrow (Wednesday).
Advocate Nadeem Sarwar moved the petition citing the federal government, the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), PDM, PML-N and PPP, as respondents in the petition.
According to the petition, a health emergency has been enforced in the country in the wake of coronavirus.
Earlier today while addressing to media before leaving for Islamabad to attend the meeting of the opposition alliance in the PML-N Secretariat, party Vice President Maryam Nawaz Sharif said that people are fed up with inflation and unemployment, PDM is a ray of hope for them.
Addressing media in Lahore before leaving for Islamabad to attend the meeting of the opposition alliance in the PML-N Secretariat, Maryam Nawaz Sharif said that the PTI government is afraid of PDM Lahore Jalsa.
“We are not afraid of detentions, we will hold Jalsa; come what may,” said Maryam Nawaz
“People are leading this movement. It is a people’s movement. This is a movement to address peoples’ woes.”
Maryam Nawaz said that PDM will not rest till PTI leadership is ended in Pakistan. “We aim to bring the country out of the ongoing crisis.”