Imran Khan Long March 2022 Latest News Updates

The PTI has finally publicize its long march to Islamabad, through Imran Khan asking his party supporters to congregate on Srinagar Highway in Islamabad at 03:00 pm on 25th May 2022, Wednesday and The government is put forward such demands so that the Pakistan Army will ultimately have to bear the burden of the tough decisions so that it could obtain off scot-free.

Imran Khan Long March 2022

Pakistan’s defiant former Prime Minister Imran Khan has called on his supporters to march quietly on Islamabad on 25th May 2022, to press for fresh elections. The PTI chairman explain in specify his allegations of conspiracy as fine as the purpose of his march earlier than announcing the date.

Whereas Zardari and Shehbaz appear to be in the camp that says the government must complete its tenure, there is purportedly another site in the PML-N that would favor early elections. Political tensions have increased in Pakistan at a time when the hopeful Sharif government is struggling to deal through a deepening economic crisis, which stems from increasing inflation.

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The government is also keeping an fretful vigil and rapidly encircling itself through a moat against the PTI’s supporters who are likely to fall onto the main arteries of the capital and storm the Red Zone if polls are not announced. The PTI has also warn that any attempts to disturb its peaceful protest will not be allowed and Imran Khan’s call came later than a marathon session of talks through leaders from his Tehreek-e-Insaf party in Peshawar.

The government must let Imran Khan and his supporters come to Islamabad and Imran Khan publicize the dates for the long march at a press conference in Peshawar later than the PTI core committee meeting and The US Department of State has denied any participation in Pakistan’s inner politics.

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