| GEO Pakistan|
| Toppling of Bhutto government: Black Day today|
| Updated at: 0556 PST, Monday, July 05, 2010|
RAWALPINDI: Leaders and workers of Pakistan Peoples Party as well as democrats have finalised arrangements to observe Monday (today) as black day to commemorate the toppling of truly democratic government of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto by dictator of country's history General Zia-ul- Haq.
Information Secretary PPP Rawalpindi, Shujaat Haider Naqvi on Sunday said that PPP's Rawalpindi organisation has chalked out various programmes at zonal level to condemn this unconstitutional act on the part of a general and to renew the party's commitment with democratic principles and protection rights of the poor.
A protest meeting would be held today at Liaquat Bagh. Later a protest rally would be held from Liqquat Bagh to Rawalpindi Press Club, he said adding that a large number of the party workers and masses are likely to participate in the protest demonstration to register their anger the toppling of a democratic government, he said.