KARACHI - Central Information Secretary PPP-P and Member of the National Assembly Shazia Atta Marri said on Sunday that the journey of PPP’s long march was continued under the leadership of Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and thousands of people’s Awami long march would reach today in Lahore on its eightth day.

This she said in a statement today. Marri said that PPP’s Awami March had given a new ray of hope to the common men across the country under the leadership of Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and by this, he had also laid the foundation of Pakistan’s political renaissance. She added the charter of long march which was consisted on 38 points, were the demands  of the common Pakistani.

Marri further said that common man of Pakistan had demanded for  holding free, fair and transparent elections at every level of the government and they had  also demanded that government should run in accordance with the 1973 constitution. Shazia Marri stressed upon that principles of separate powers of administration and judiciary should be observed in accordance with the legislation given in the constitution of Pakistan.





She added that all the institutions of the country should work within their own constitutional limits and stability and sustainability of the parliament should also be ensured.