Pakistan

Imran Khan says ‘no question’ of any deal with govt as political drama continues

Peshawar – Political pressures are at an each- time high in Pakistan with all eyes on Islamabad as the megacity braced itself for the appearance of PTI workers and leaders heading towards the civil capital for the party’s Azadi March despite the government’s instructions not to.

So far, the day has been filled with political drama. Lahore turned into a battlefield as multiple frays took place between the police and PTI marchers as the ultimate tried to wriggle out of the fences placed on their way.


Law enforcement was on high alert and the government has given instructions to take “ all possible measures ” to stop the PTI’s ‘ Azadi March ’. PTI Chairman Imran Khan is leading the march, which he has said will be the “ biggest ” in Pakistan’s political history, while Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah will address the public shortly over the ongoing situation.

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