Long march is for real freedom, not politics: Imran Khan

Long march is for real freedom, not politics: Imran Khan

Long march is for real freedom, not politics: Imran Khan
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said that his party’s long march towards Islamabad march would be the “biggest” in the history of Pakistan

Addressing the Workers’ Convention, the former prime minister urged the people of Sialkot to come out in large numbers and march towards Islamabad for ‘Haqeeqi Azadi’.

“This is not the battle for a seat. This is jihad,” said, adding that people should come out for a revolution and not for politics.

Imran Khan said that October 28 long march would be a decisive one as people in large numbers.  “People from across Pakistan would reach Islamabad as soon I enter federal capital,” he added.

He also slammed his opponents Shehbaz Sharif, Asif Ali Zardari, and Maulana Fazlur Rehman, saying there were slaves of America with their wealth stashed abroad.

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“We will not allow any of the slaves of America to dominate this country and will bring the oppressors to justice.”

Imran Khan said he is even more determined than before for this long march because he knows that it will be the biggest freedom movement in Pakistan.

He said that millions of people had sacrificed for the creation of Pakistan and Quaid-e-Azam had fought throughout his life. “If this band of thieves remained, the sacrifices would be lost.”

He said that this war is now for your future and people should come the sake of their children. He said all new and old workers to come together for the long march.

Earlier today, the former prime minister said that the biggest ‘dacoit’ has become prime minister of Pakistan.

Addressing a lawyers’ convention in Sialkot, Imran Khan said he will never accept the ‘corrupt rulers’ and added will continue to fight them till his last breath.  “I see the future of Pakistan is in danger because of these thieves,” he said.

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He asked the masses to raise their voices in front of injustice and criminal elements. He said the country cannot progress until the supremacy of the rule of the law. He said lawyers have a crucial role in the country’s progress.

 

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