ISLAMABAD  -  Pakistan People's Party (PPP), after facing two flop shows in the UK, is much cautious about arrangements for the Nov 30 'foundation day' ceremony which will be addressed by party chairman Bilawal Bhutto to make some important decisions.

Bilawal last month was forced to cut short his speech at the 'Million March' in London, when some protestors had raised slogans against him and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

As the participants of the march chanted "Go Nawaz GO" and "Go Bilwal Go", rumpus was so intense that London police intervened and Bilawal had to leave the venue under police escort. Almost the same episode was repeated in Birmingham (November 15) when the police even disallowed to hold public meeting. Bilawal was scheduled to address the public meetings.

Sources said PPP's Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari, who is currently in UK, have also asked party members to make appropriate arrangements for the upcoming public meeting to dispel the impression of anti-PPP sentiments.

Bilawal, the sources said, will shortly return to Pakistan for final round of discussions with party stalwarts about important decisions likely to be taken on the 'foundation day'. PPP's Latif Khosa said that the ceremony of 'foundation day' will be held at Bilawal House.