PML-N Sindh to stage rallies on Sunday





KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Sindh has announced that it will observe “Youm-e-Tahafuz-e-Jamhuriat” across the province on Sunday.
This was decided in a meeting of the party presided over by the PML-N Sindh President Ismail Rahu, on Saturday.
The PML-N Sindh will stage rallies across the province on Sunday for continuity of the democratic system, protection of Parliament, and to express solidarity with party leadership, said a press release.
Addressing the meeting, PML-N Central Vice President Saleem Zia said that the PML-N workers would not allow conspiracies against democracy and Parliament, adding that they will respond in a democratic way to the inappropriate language used in the sit-ins of Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri.
In his speech, PML-N Sindh senior Vice President, Shah Muhammad Shah said that the parliament, democracy and state institutions would not be sacrificed at the will of a few hundred people. He said that they were determined to fight every conspiracy against the party leadership.
PML-N Sindh President Ismail Rahu said that those involved in conspiracies against the PML-N’s democratic government would be given a befitting political response. He warned those using foul language against the PML-N leadership to mend their ways. He said that the brave leader of PML-N Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would not bow before any undemocratic demands.
“The PML-N Sindh will stage rallies all over Sindh on Sunday,” he said, adding that the main rally will be organised in Karachi, and it will be led by the central and provincial party leaders.
He urged party leaders, workers and supporters to participate in the rally in a large number to express solidarity with PM Nawaz Sharif.
PML-N Sindh General Secretary, Nihal Hashmi, Provincial Secretary Information Ali Akbar Gujjar, Finance Secretary Rana Muhammad Ahsan, Irfanullah Marwat, and other party leaders also attended the meeting. 

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