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Imran's govt braces for opposition's 'Long March'
Imran's govt braces for opposition's 'Long March'

Islamabad, Dec 24 (TIWN) The Imran Khan government in Pakistan appears to be bracing for a taste of its own medicine with outright uproar from those now in opposition that harks back to memories of then long march by Khan and his party which at that time had stayed on for over three months.

The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), an alliance of at least 11 opposition parties, which has been staging big public gatherings in major cities across Pakistan, is now geared up to launch an anti-government long march, with an aim to topple the Imran Khan government that they say is led by a "puppet prime minster".  Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has reiterated his stance for launching the long march against the government, insisting that the there was no time left for dialogue.  "Now there will be a long march on Islamabad to get the resignation of puppet prime minister Imran Khan," he said.  "Imran Khan was ignorant of the ground realities and did not have any solution to the problems the people are faced with. Only PPP knows how to provide relief to the poor people of Pakistan in difficult times," he added.

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