Opposition's big charge on Imran Khan, damage to Pakistan's Islamic identity

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Addressing an anti-government rally in Peshawar on Saturday, PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that Prime Minister Khan will not get a chance to escape once the PDM reaches Islamabad, Geo News reported.

 The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has accused the Imran Khan-led government of damaging the country's Islamic identity and said the fight will continue until the Imran government is toppled. Addressing an anti-government rally in Peshawar on Saturday, PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that Prime Minister Khan will not get a chance to escape once the PDM reaches Islamabad, Geo News reported.

The PDM chief said, 'We will keep fighting till the government is drowned in the sea'. He said the current system has damaged the Islamic identity of the country. Addressing a rally in Peshawar along with other PDM leaders, Fazal said, "When we reach Islamabad, we will close the roads, not the government." Fazal said the opposition alliance has not demanded local body elections but wants immediate general elections, which are originally scheduled to be held in 2023.

Referring to the 2018 general elections, the PDM chief said that people's stolen votes should be returned to them. He alleged that the government had once again arranged for rigging in the next elections. Earlier this month the PDM had announced a long march towards Islamabad against the government's anti-people measures and inflation, along with launching nationwide protests.