Ahstract-Points-to analysis is a fundamental, but computationally intensive technique for static program analysis, optimization, debugging and verification. Context-Free Language (CFL) reachability has been proposed and widely used in demand-driven points-to analyses that aims for computing specific points-to relations on demand rather than all variables in the program. However, CFL-reachability-based points-to analysis still faces challenges when applied in practice especially for flow-sensitive points-to analysis, which aims at improving the precision of points-to analysis by taking account of the execution order of program statements. We propose a scalable approach named Parseeker to parallelize flow-sensitive demand-driven points-to analysis via CFL-reachability in order to improve the performance of points-to analysis with high precision. Our core insights are to (1) produce and process a set of fine-grained, parallelizable queries of points-to relations for the objective program, and (2) take a CFL-reachability-based points-to analysis to answer each query. The MapReduce is used to parallelize the queries and three optimization strategies are designed for further enhancing the efficiency.