Pakistan

‘Long March’ will start from Friday, says PTI chairman

PTI chairman

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has announced the ‘Long March’ against the federal government on Tuesday.

While holding a press conference in Peshawar, former PM announced, that the long march will begins from Liberty Chowk, Lahore on 28th October, Friday.

PTI chairman Imran Khan urged the nation to come out of their houses and fully participate in the PTI’s march for the real freedom. He also responds to the allegations levelled against him by his opponents for being ‘irresponsible’ for holding march when the country is facing several crises.

More news: Long march will not go beyond October, says Imran Khan

The government approached the Supreme Court earlier to stop the PTI’s long march. However, the apex court rejected the request to issue an interim order for stopping the PTI’s planned long march — giving a boost to the Khan-led party.

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