Karachi - Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and PPP Sindh President Nisar Ahmed Khuhro said on Monday that days of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government had been numbered, and now Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should pack his bag.

He was presiding over a meeting of PPP’s organising committee held here to finalise arrangements for welcoming PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari on December 23.

The meeting was attended by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, PPP Sindh Information Secretary Senator Aajiz Dhamrah, Senator Saeed Ghani and PPP Sindh General Secretary Waqar Mehdi.

Khuhro said that Pakistan People’s Party would electrify the political atmosphere after December 27 through its campaign against the PML-N government, if Bilawal’s four demands were not met.

“We know how to fight with a real lion and can easily fight with PML-N as they are the artificial ones,” he mocked.

He asserted that Asif Ali Zardari had not gone abroad after signing a deal with a dictator. “When Chaudhry Nisar calls PPP a ‘Bacha Party’, then he should know that he is one of those PML-N leaders who entered politics through General Ziaul Haq, later hid himself behind Pervez Musharraf and did not go to the jail even during worst times for his party due to his connections,” PPP Sindh president reminded.

He said that the PML-N government was not people friendly, and naturally they were fed up with it. “Now it is people’s demand that it should pack up and leave,” he said.

“Earlier Nawaz Sharif had made a deal and remained in self-exile for 10 years, but now he will remain on exile for a period of 20 years,” he said. He said that the Pakistan People’s Party activists would gather in large numbers to welcome their leader Asif Ali Zardari on December 23.

“We have made all arrangements in this regard, and it will be a large gathering,” he said, adding that the schedule for giving welcome would be announced soon.

Khuhro said, “We can launch any campaign with the consensus of opposition parties. Even the past coalitions during the PPP eras had proved that the party believed in taking all stakeholders on board on any issue.