PTI chairman Imran Khan, at a press conference in Peshawar on Sunday, announced that his party’s long march to Islamabad in the country’s “true liberation struggle” would begin on May 25.
“Today we held our main committee meeting and did [important] decisions, “Imran, surrounded by the PTI leadership, said at the start of his press conference. [question] it was time to start the long march, and we finished.
“I want to give you a little background on how we got here. There was a foreign conspiracy against Pakistan from the US. In this change of regime, they used the local people – the most corrupt people, who were ready to be part of any conspiracy to keep.
“This conspiracy was hatched eight months ago and I was warned about it in June, and after August, I fully understood what was going on. We are doing our best to somehow this conspiracy can be stopped but unfortunately we could not stop it.”
The PTI chairman elaborated on his allegations of conspiracy and the purpose of his march before announcing the date.
“On the 25th [of May] “I will meet you in Islamabad on the Srinagar road,” Imran told his supporters and party staff. “You must get there by three o’clock. I invite all women because I have seen your anger. I had never seen that before.
“I want everyone [walks of life] to be this Jihad, not politics. I made up my mind and told my whole team that we need to be prepared to give up our lives. “
Imran has indicated that the march will be transformed into a residence and will continue until his needs are met. “We will never accept them under any circumstances. No matter how long we have to stay in Islamabad we will stay there.”
‘Withdrawal of NA, election date will be a priority’
He said the march would have two main demands: the time of the dissolution of the assembly and the date of the election.
The former prime minister called for a free and fair election, saying that if the nation could bring back the current government it would agree. But, no foreign country will say [be allowed to] force yourself on us, “he added.
Imran told his supporters to plan ahead for such things as “communications, transport and fuel”, predicting that the government would use various measures to prevent the strike.
He emphasized that the statement was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the ongoing protests, but of the call for more women to participate in the “Pakistani struggle for true freedom”.
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Speaking to officials, Imran warned that if there were any “wrong” actions to be taken against the “peaceful protests” of the organization, it would “be legal and we will take action”.
Imran tells army to adhere to ‘neutrality’
Regarding the establishment of the army, he said: “I also say in my military that you have been neutral so stay neutral. However, he said he wanted to invite everyone, including the families of civil servants, military personnel and former employees.
Imran criticized the government’s economic control over the government, saying the rupee and the stock market saw a sharp decline, which would lead to inflation.
“They don’t have any plan or road map. They can’t make decisions. They are afraid to make decisions and they do not want to put a burden on them,” he said.
The announcement of the PTI head comes after the party’s central committee held a meeting at provincial headquarters earlier in the day.
Ahead of the meeting Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government spokesman Barrister Mohammad Ali Saif said Imran would preside over the meeting and that most important decisions would be made at the meeting.
Speaking at a public meeting in Multan on Friday, Imran announced that the Azadi March to Islamabad day would be completed today during a special committee meeting. He also announced dates expected to be between 25 and May 29.
The PTI leader said that in addition to deciding on the date of the long march, the central committee would discuss the necessary march arrangements.
“The central committee will also issue a plan on how to deal with the expected arrest of PTI leaders and the closure of the road to prevent them from burning in Islamabad,” he said.
Since being ousted as prime minister on April 10, Imran has held a series of public rallies across the country, describing his dismissal as an external conspiracy and urging the public to organize a march to headquarters to force the authorities to accept his claim. a quick election in the country.