Ex Pakistan PM Imran Khan Party PTI Resumes Long March From Wazirabad To Islamabad

Imran Khan Long March: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has resumed his Azadi March against the ruling PML-N coalition government. It is also being called Hakiki March and Long March. Imran is currently joining the march through video link. According to reports, on Thursday (November 10), Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf resumed a long journey from Wazirabad in Punjab province towards Islamabad. According to Pakistani media, the march is being led by former minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

Last week, on Thursday (November 3), Imran Khan was attacked at Allahu Chowk in Wazirabad. There were bullets in both his legs, after which he is undergoing treatment. The long march was halted for a week due to the attack on the PTI chief. Earlier on Sunday (November 6) Imran Khan had said, “Will march from where I was shot”. PTI workers-supporters have marched with a delay of two days.

Imran Khan will join the march at this place

In a press release issued by PTI’s social media account, Imran Khan had informed, “I will address the march from Lahore and within the next 10 to 14 days it will reach Rawalpindi.” He had said that once the march, When he reaches Rawalpindi, he will join it there and take over the reins himself.

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According to the report of Aljazeera, Imran Khan is currently taking health benefits at his home in Lahore and will address the march through video link from there. Last week, from a hospital bed, Imran Khan accused Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, Home Minister Rana Sanaullah and military officer Major General Faisal Naseer of plotting to kill him.

Army and government’s reaction to Imran’s allegations

The army had reprimanded Imran’s allegations as baseless and irresponsible, while the Shahbaz Sharif government also rejected the allegations. With this, Prime Minister Sharif on Tuesday wrote a letter to the top judge to form a judicial commission to investigate the matter. Meanwhile, on Monday (November) five days after the incident, Punjab Police had registered an FIR in the case, but not a single name mentioned by Imran was included in the report. In an interview to a British journalist, Imran Khan said that two conspiracies were hatched to kill him.

Imran Khan said this about the conspiracy to kill

Without giving any details to the journalist, Imran Khan told that he was the head of the intelligence agencies for three and a half years, when the first conspiracy came to light. He said that four people wanted to kill him. Imran said that the second conspiracy was hatched in September. This was also known from within the intelligence agencies. In a tweet on Wednesday, Imran Khan said that he came to know about the conspiracy to kill him two months ago. He said he would reveal the name of another military officer allegedly involved in the conspiracy through his address to supporters who participated in the Long March.

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