Imran Khan announces to reach Rawalpindi on Nov 26

Imran Khan announces to reach Rawalpindi on Nov 26

Imran Khan announces to reach Rawalpindi on Nov 26

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has asked all party supporters to reach Rawalpindi for the Haqiqi Azadi March on November 26.

“I am inviting all of you to reach Rawalpindi on Saturday, November 26,” he announced. Imran Khan said he will personally address the rally on the day around 2 PM.

Imran Khan said there is no turning back and they will demand to hold free and fair elections. He also urged everyone to support him in the quest for real freedom.

Imran Khan said they have been on the ground ever since their government was ousted through a foreign conspiracy with the connivance of local handlers.

He thanked his supporters, especially the youth, who have been on the streets for the last six months and even laid down their lives and were tortured such as the incident on May 25.


He said the atrocities witnessed in the past few months were not seen in dictatorial times. He said Shehbaz Sharif and Rana Sanaullah have been accused of serious human right violations.

He said university professor Shahbaz Gill was tortured for saying a few words on TV, and Senator Azam Swati was humiliated to give him a message.

He said that a conspiracy was made to attack him and blame him on religious fanatics. He added that attempts were made to wipe out the largest federal political party in the country.

“I am coming to Pindi despite knowing my life is under threat. I am coming not for politics, but for real freedom. Death is more honourable than a life of slavery,” he added.

He said Pakistan should be a sovereign state and make its own decision in national interest, rather than taking directives from abroad. He said Shehbaz Sharif and Zardari instead laid down themselves in front of foreign powers to safeguard their corruption.

He announced that he will file a case in UK and UAE for raising allegations against him for selling the Graff wristwatches. He added that Pakistani courts will not give him justice and thus he has decided to lodge a case abroad.


He questioned state institutions on siding with the Sharif and Zardari family despite knowing their history of corruption cases. He added that no sector of the economy has seen any progress in the past several months since the regime change.

Earlier, the Islamabad Capital Territory’s (ICT) administration granted permission to the PTI to conduct its rally from Koral to Rawat.

The capital administration issued a 35-point no-objection certificate (NOC) signed by the district magistrate of Islamabad and PTI Islamabad President Ali Nawaz Awan.

It maintained that Section 144 of the Constitution would continue to be enforced in the Red Zone and other areas. The PTI rally was also barred from blocking any roads or causing damage to public or private property.

It said that no roads shall be blocked, particularly the Islamabad Express Highway and GT Road. The administration maintained that slogans and speeches against the state, religion, and ideology of Pakistan were prohibited.

It further stated that “no object of lethal or non-lethal force including batons” could be wielded by the participants, and the participants could not indulge in violence. The PTI would be held responsible for any violence or clashes.

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