Imran Khan speaks again against the Pakistan government, preparations for the independence march

Imran Khan speaks again against the Pakistan government, preparations for the independence march

Former Pakistan Prime Minister and Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) President Imran Khan has instructed his party workers to be ready for the Hakiqi Azadi March in Islamabad. Haqiqi Azadi March can be taken out by PTI party workers at any time after Eid Milad Un Nabi (October 9).

Imran Khan's meeting

Let us inform you that Imran Khan held a meeting at his Bani Gala residence, in which he called for Hakiki Azadi March. According to the Express Tribune newspaper, party workers from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab provinces have said that Imran Khan can announce the rally any time after Eid Milad un Nabi. Imran Khan was quoted by Express Tribune newspaper as saying, 'This time the Azadi March will be taken out with full preparation.' Senior leaders including Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Pervez Khattak, and Yasmin Rashid attended the meeting called by Imran Khan.

Why is Imran Khan rallying?

Imran Khan's party PTI is demanding early elections in the country, so it is preparing to open a front against the current government. PTI chief Imran Khan once again said that only early elections can end the economic and political crisis in Pakistan. Imran Khan also said that if elections were held in the country on time, then today there would not have been an economic crisis.

Only early elections can save Pakistan

Imran Khan claimed that the only way to bring Pakistan out of the current situation is to hold elections in the country at the earliest. Addressing a mega rally in Punjab's Rahimiyar Khan district last month, Imran Khan said he would take the last call for an anti-government protest when the time came.

People will be protected during the rally

For the safety of the people in the rally, 1400 policemen have been deployed and according to ARY News, a plan has also been issued to ensure that there is no traffic jam in the entire city.

Imran Khan was ousted from power in April, but he has repeatedly claimed that the no-confidence motion against him was the result of a foreign conspiracy. However, Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Pakistan Muslim League-N supremo Nawaz Sharif had agreed to hold the next general election on time.

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