PPP long march ends as opposition submits no-trust motion against PM Imran Khan
A long march led by the opposition Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), aimed at demonstrating public support against Prime Minister Imran Khan, concluded in the capital late on Tuesday night.
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari told the allies and facilitators of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government that his party would not allow anyone to use unconstitutional means to defuse the no-trust move against PM Imran Khan in parliament.
“No-confidence is the democratic weapon of the Jiyalas )PPP supporters). We think that democracy is the best revenge. We are sending this undemocratic puppet home with a democratic weapon” Bilawal said.
“I warn all allies, facilitators and supporters of the PTI government not to interfere in politics to save the ‘puppet’ prime minister. It is the last chance for you… to show that you stand with the people of the country,” he stated while addressing the participants of the 10-day long Awami March, which culminated near D-Chowk, in front of Parliament House on March 8.
The march started in Karachi on February 27.