PDM Chief urge PPP, ANP to reconsider their decision to quit opposition alliance for greater cause

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PDM Chief urge PPP, ANP to reconsider their decision to quit opposition alliance for greater cause
PDM chief gives PPP, ANP chance to review decision to leave Opposition alliance

Pakistan Democratic Alliance PDM Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Tuesday gave the PPP and the ANP one more chance to redeem their action of parting ways with the Opposition alliance and return to the fold for greater cause.

PDM Chief while addressing a press conference said that unfortunately it’s true that both PPP and ANP have parted ways by resigning from the PDM but things could be resolved through dialogues.

Fazl lamented that the parties chose to walk away when they could have conveyed their grievances by asking for a PDM meeting.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that our apprehensions are justified and it is our right to seek clarification from the two parties as both the parties violated PDM’s mutual decisions and didn’t take PDM into the loop for their action to nominate Yousuf Raza Gilani as opposition leader in the Senate on their own with the help of BAP.

The political stature of both the parties’ demands that they should clarify their version and position on the action they took unilaterally and violated the decision of opposition alliance taken via consensus on PDM platform.

Fazlur Rehman said that “unnecessarily” making the show-cause notices “a matter of self-esteem and ego is not in line with the demands of politics”.

Maulana  reiterated that PDM will not compromise on its pace rather accelerate PDM to achieve its goal of getting rid of the puppet, selected and incompetent & incumbent PTI Imran Khan’s government.

Maulana regretted PPP and ANP violating PDM’s line of action and said “Dono parties na BAP KO BAP banaliya”. Both ANP and PPP (compromised with Father and made them their Father).

Maulana urged PPP and ANP that their leadership should turn to the opposition alliance. PDM was not set up to fight for positions but for a great cause, he said.