The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) on Monday announced to step down from all positions of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM).
PPP Chairman Bilawal Zardari took this decision after the PDM issued a show cause notice against his party.
“We will continue ‘the real opposition’ against the government. We also demand from the PDM leaders to seek unconditional apology from the PPP and the ANP for issuing the show cause notice against them,” said Bilawal Zardari while addressing media.
Bilawal said whoever wanted to resign from the assemblies, he may resign. Don’t impose your decisions on other parties as we will not take dictation from anyone, he stated. He said resignations from the assemblies would be their last option. He also said that a coalition was run on the basis of equality and respect.
“With the PDM or without it, we have to do opposition after all. Our doors are open for all those parties who are against the government. We have to stop Imran Khan,” he said adding that the PPP would run a campaign against “PTIMF ordinance”. He said Pakistan should terminate its agreement with the International Monetary Fund.
The PPP chief said that his party rejected opposition against the opposition. They wanted politics on the basis of equality and respect, he maintained.