Imran Khan’s attack on Pakistan’s government, ‘Azadi March’

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Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party chief Imran Khan is going to hold a big protest later this week. This demonstration will be about the demand for the dissolution of the National Assembly and the conduct of fresh elections in the country. This demonstration is being called Hakiki Azadi March.

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has asked party workers to gear up for another massive demonstration. This demonstration will be done to demand the dissolution of the National Assembly and the conduct of fresh elections in the country. This anti-government protest will take place at the end of this week.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) President Imran Khan gave a call for Hakiqi Azadi March during a meeting held at his residence. Party workers say that Imran Khan will announce a long march any time after October 9. Actually 9th October is the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad.

According to reports, this time the Azadi March will be done with full preparation. This will be Imran Khan’s second big rally. Earlier on May 25, his rally was going to be held, which was called Azadi Rally. But at the last minute that rally had to be stopped midway. Imran Khan said that special guidelines will be given to the party workers before the march begins.

Last month there were indications of Hakiki Azadi March

Addressing a rally in Punjab’s Rahimyar last month, Khan had said he would call for anti-government protests when the time came.

He said, you be ready. I will invite you to join the protests at a time when my opponents will feel that Imran Khan has given up. That day is not far. We’ll be ready this time. This call is to save Pakistan by demanding fair and transparent elections. We have no other way than elections to save the country.

Khan says that his next protest against the coalition government will be his last. Imran said that he will not hold any rallies after this. Meanwhile, the police have also kept 40,000 tear gas shells ready to suppress Imran Khan’s Hakiki Azadi march.

Imran has insisted that his party will not accept this imported government under the leadership of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif at any cost.

Let us tell you that Imran Khan was ousted from power in the month of April this year. Khan, 69, had claimed that ousting him from power was a clear foreign conspiracy.

 


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