Pakistan Former PM Imran Khan Says Will Resume Long March From Point Where He Was Shot On Tuesday

Imran Khan Announces to Resume Long March: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has once again announced to start his Long March (which is being called Azadi March and Hakiki March). Their long march was interrupted on Thursday (November 3) following the Attempted Assassination of Imran Khan. He was fatally attacked during a political rally in Wazirabad, Punjab province of Pakistan.

Tehreek-e-Insaf party chief Imran Khan has said that from the coming Tuesday (November 8), he will again start his long journey towards Islamabad. With this, Imran Khan has said that he will resume the long march from where he was shot. It is noteworthy that Imram Khan was attacked near Allahu Chowk in Wazirabad. It was told in the reports that the attackers had opened fire near their container.

What did Imran Khan say?

According to Pakistani newspaper Dawn, during a press conference, Imran Khan said, “We have decided that our march will resume on Tuesday from the same place in Wazirabad where I and 11 others were shot and where Moazzam was martyred.” Gone.”

News Reels

Imran Khan said in a press release broadcast from his party’s social media account, “I will address our march here (in Lahore) and our march will reach Rawalpindi at speed within the next 10 to 14 days.” Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Khan further said that once the march reaches Rawalpindi, he will join it there and lead it himself.

Imran made this claim about the attack

In the attack on Thursday, Imran was hit in both legs. After this he was admitted to Shaukat Khanum Hospital in Lahore. A day after the attack, Imran Khan said that he already knew that he would be attacked. In his first address after the deadly attack, Imran Khan had said, “A day before going to the rally, I knew that a conspiracy was being hatched against me in Wazirabad or Gujarat.”

On Friday (November 4), Imran Khan had said that the power in Pakistan should now be changed, whether it should be changed peacefully or by revolution. He said this citing the Iranian Revolution of 1970 and the protests in Sri Lanka.

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