ISLAMABAD - Though not overtly showing any sign of panic over the success of Imran Khans mammoth rally in Lahore, the Pakistan Peoples Party leadership has started working out a strategy to revitalise the partys manifesto and programme to attract more people while keeping the existing vote bank intact. Sources in the party informed that though in public the PPP leadership was downplaying the extraordinary show of power by Imran Khan in Lahore, yet actually the party leadership was very much concerned about Imran Khans growing popularity and was busy analysing the said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf rally with an aim to chalk out a strategy to prepare their counter strategy to keep the partys vote bank intact, besides wooing fresh voters in it. A senior party leader, who wanted his identity concealed, admitted that they did send party workers in Imran Khans rally, but the overall mood and the influx of general public at Minar-e-Pakistan was beyond their expectations. The participation of PPP workers in the rally could not turn it into a mammoth crowd, he admitted. The party sources informed that soon after the rally, its videos, agencies reports on its strength and other related information were provided to the Prime Minister and President offices. They said now the partys manifesto committee and think tank was examining it to redesign the partys programme, with which the party leadership would land in the arena for next general elections. Sources further informed that in the light of the data, collected by Pakistan Peoples Party from various sources, over 70 per cent of those who attended the Imran Khans rally in Lahore were educated youth between the age bracket of 18 to 36 years, while a sizeable number of educated families and ladies also took part in the rally. It was further stated in the reports prepared by various law enforcement agencies that majority of the people came to the rally on their own and only 10 to 15 per cent participants were provided with transport by the party leaders, who came in the rally in small and big groups from Lahore and its adjoining towns and cities to attend the rally. PPP sources informed that the party was now laying special focus on youth while preparing the partys programme for next general elections, besides supporting the demand of new provinces with particular reference to formation of Seraiki province, for which the party had already bifurcated the Punjab at party level into two entities - Central and Southern Punjab. Sources further informed that both President and Prime Minister had directed the manifesto committee of the party to speed up its work and complete it at earliest date, while President Zardari had also made an elaborate programme to reorganise and revitalise the party at district and tehsil levels in coming days. Sources in the party further informed that President Zardari would likely have meetings with provincial leadership of the party and would direct them to reorganise the party at district and tehsil levels and finally he would himself have meetings with party chapters at district level once the process of reorganization would be complete. Sources further informed that in coming days and months the party would also come up with popular programmes for the public welfare and the party leadership at provincial level was already directed to launch countrywide campaign to highlight the partys achievements over the past three and a half years in power despite the tight financial position due to the unprecedented floods in the country in 2010 and devastations by heavy rains this year.