Imran Khan, the leader of the PTI, has urged his party’s members and supporters to travel to Rawalpindi on November 26.
He said, “I’ll meet you there.”
The nation can’t be neutral: Imran
The nation cannot afford to remain neutral at this time, according to PTI Chairman Imran Khan.
“If you choose to stay impartial today, your children and future generations will regret that you chose to sit in your houses rather than fight injustice.
“I have no need to risk my life and set out but it was in my mind from childhood that death is better than slavery. This is slavery what is happening. I as an ex-prime minister could not register my FIR … so think what rights you as the nation have,” Imran said.
According to him, until people stood up for their rights, society would continue to resemble a jungle.
Earlier in the day, PTI’s Fawad Chaudhry said that the “final stage” of the party’s ‘Haqeeqi Azadi’ march has arrived, urging people to “get ready” for the PTI chief Imran Khan’s call.
The former information minister announced the long march’s plan and added that today the cavalcades under the leadership of Vice President PTI Shah Mehmood Qureshi and senior leader Asad Umar will meet in the province’s Rawat area.
He furthered that the former prime minister will give a call later today to the people to reach Rawalpindi.
PTI’s official Twitter handle announced that the second phase of the march will end today at Rawat.
The two marches overseen by Qureshi and Umar will congregate in Rawat, according to Musarrat Cheema, the chief minister of Punjab, who also shared the party’s plan.
PTI to protest ‘peacefully’
PTI Senator Faisal Javed also tweeted and said that the party will protest peacefully at the court’s designated place in Islamabad.
Islamabad Admin gives permission for the Rally
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was given permission by the government of the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) on Saturday to hold a rally from the Koral to Rawat sectors.
The district magistrate of Islamabad and PTI Islamabad President Ali Nawaz Awan both signed the 35-point no-objection certificate (NOC) that was granted by the government of the city.
Imran Khan, the leader of the PTI, will soon declare the rally’s inclusion in the broader PTI Haqeeqi Azadi procession.
The PTI leader mentioned his health in relation to the gunshot wounds he had sustained during his “Haqeeqi Azadi March” in Punjab’s Wazirabad on November 3 and stated that doctors would examine him on Saturday while speaking to the participants of the long march a day earlier.
He also said that he will “personally lead the long march from Rawalpindi”.