Mohsin Dawar quits PDM

Published: 09:41 PM, 25 Nov, 2020
Mohsin Dawar quits PDM
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Member National Assembly Mohsin Dawar on Wednesday announced quitting Pakistan Democratic Movement.

In a series of tweets, Dawar said he would not attend the PDM’s public meetings. He said that he took the decision after having a detailed discussion with his friends and colleagues. 

He said, “Certain parties in PDM have either explicitly or implicitly, expressed their unease with my presence in the forum. The unnecessary friction caused as such, takes away from the important work that we do in our own respective rights.”

Dawar thanked PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari for inviting him to PDM Multan public meeting. He also thanked Akhtar Mengal and Malick Baloch for inviting him to PDM Quetta Jalsa. “Our struggle for marginalised communities will continue, our struggle is a joint struggle of all those who continue to suffer grave injustices at the hands of those in power,” he added.

Dawar said that he would continue to support PDM’s demands for strengthening democracy and civilian supremacy. We will continue with our struggle for justice and rights for our people, for upholding the rule of law and for the supremacy of the parliament and the constitution, he added.


The writer is a staff member.