Punjab govt orders case against organizers of PDM meeting in Multan
LAHORE (92 News) – The Punjab government has ordered a case against the organizers of the Pakistan Democratic Movement's (PDM) public meeting for violating the laws.
Talking to the media on Thursday, Special Assistant to CM on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan said that the case would be registered against 22 people of the PML-N, 16 of the PPP and 13 of the JUI-F. She said that a few people are unknown.
Earlier in a statement, she said that an unnatural union of 11 miscellaneous parties is showing sheer enmity with the people. "The opposition's narrative is limited to plunder and minting pockets. The real designs of those who raise the slogan of giving respect to vote are to accept their ill-gotten money."
She asserted that the days of looters are numbered and those who put the lives of the people in danger have no right of politics. "The rise in corona cases is due to the meetings of the unscrupulous gang," she added.