LAHORE - The future protest rallies of PML-N would not simply be a 'Go-Zardari-Go campaign, as the party is now keeping in view Imran Khan factor whose party put up an impressive show last Sunday in a city which remained a PML-N stronghold in last two decades. Sources in the PML-N told TheNation that party would devise a new stratagem and revise schedule of its future gatherings to counter PTIs political moves. The revision is to be made after the return of party president Nawaz Sharif from Turkey. The party has already postponed its next rally in Faisalabad from Nov 4 to Nov 20, after Eidul Azha. It would be followed by two similar events in Gujranwala and Gujrat in the same month, but slight adjustments in the schedule are expected under the revised plan. They said that rallies would also be planned in other provinces besides Punjab, and Nawaz Sharif will himself lead them as far as possible. Though the PML-N leaders insist the pan revision has nothing to do with Imran Khans rally, the insiders said that coming gatherings would be planned keeping in view Imran factor. Political observers believe that PML-Ns anti-Zardari campaign, which caused significant rise in the political temperature last month, has already lost its momentum due to Imrans mammoth rally and the impending Eid. It will further slow down in the following month of Muharram when political activities are normally avoided to commemorate the martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA) and his companions, they say. PML-N spokesperson Pervaiz Rashid on Monday also hinted at slight changes in the schedule due to coming month of Muharram. He said the Faisalabad rally has been postponed due to its proximity with Eid. Pervaiz also confirmed that PML-N chief may revise the plan of partys anti-government campaign after his return from Turkey.