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PDM says coronavirus will continue with Peshawar rally despite NCOC virus restrictions

PDM Media Coordinator Abdul Jalil Jan said that the High Command of the Coalition of Opposition Parties has already decided to hold all the meetings. GeoTV / Files

KARACHI: The latest Corona virus ban announced by Prime Minister Imran Khan has been ignored, including a ban on rallies, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has announced to move ahead with a November 22 rally in Peshawar.

“The PDM’s rally in Peshawar on November 22 is scheduled,” Abdul Jalil Jan, media coordinator of the coalition of opposition parties, said on Monday.

John stressed that the PDM High Command has already decided to hold all the meetings. “We will not allow the rulers to hide behind the epidemic of corona virus,” he said.

Earlier today, Prime Minister Imran Khan called on the nation to adhere to standard operating procedures (SOPs) related to coronavirus, and warned that authorities have seen infections in Pakistan in the last 10 days. Have quadrupled.

In a speech following a meeting of the National Corona Virus Coordinating Committee (NCC), the prime minister postponed political rallies and gatherings, as well as banning gatherings and crowds of more than 300 people.

“We looked at the growing number of cases of COVID-19 and the second wave,” he said, warning that infections were on the rise around the world, especially in Europe and the United States.

PTI cancels weekend rally

Urging not to engage in crowd-pleasing activities, he announced the cancellation of the ruling PTI rally in Rashakai on Saturday. “We have ended our rallies and we will appeal to all to do the same because this is where the virus spreads so fast.

“The Gilgit-Baltistan chief minister told us that the corona virus had spread significantly after the election campaigns,” he said.

The prime minister had said that his government feared that non-compliance with SOPs would increase the pressure on hospitals as seen in June.

“The first precaution is to wear face masks wherever you go in public and, secondly, we know that whenever people are close to each other, the COVID-19 epidemic spreads and the more people The closer the number, the faster it spreads. ” Imran Khan had said.

He added that the corona virus epidemic was “a test for our country and the world.”


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