Wed, 29 May 2024
( 21 Dhul Qidah 1445 )

Azadi March

Imran Khan gives six-day ultimatum to government to announce fresh polls

Islamabad- Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf( PTI) president Imran Khan has given an claim to the government to dissolve assemblies and announce elections within six days. Addressing to protestors on Thursday, he announced to end sit- in for six days.” If our demands get not accepted also we will return to Islamabad. Police and Pak Army …

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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 …

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SC directs Islamabad chief commissioner to provide alternate site to PTI for Azadi March

Islamabad – The Supreme Court directed the Islamabad chief commissioner on Wednesday to give an alternate point to the PTI to hold its Azadi March by 230 pm and create a traffic plan for protesters so they could reach it. A three-member bench headed by Justice Ahsan, and comprising Justice Munib Akhtar and Justice Sayyed …

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PTI begins long march amid crackdown against workers

Islamabad- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf( PTI) began long march amid blockades and crackdown against party workers across the country. As per details, the PTI convoy left Head Khanki Shower for Islamabad, prostrating all blockages. The convoy headed by Gilgit- Baltistan Chief Minister is heading towards Islamabad. On the other hand, the civil government has assessed the section …

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