Lahore, December 13
Pakistan’s Opposition alliance on Sunday held its final anti-government rally in Lahore despite a ban on the gathering of more than 300 people owing to an increase in Covid cases across the country, with top coalition leaders announcing a long march to Islamabad to force Prime Minister Imran Khan to resign.
Nawaz Sharif accused the army of being involved in political matters. His daughter Maryam Nawaz accused the ISI and judiciary of ousting her father. Jamiat Ulema Islam leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman said the march will take place in January or February. — PTI