Peaceful PTI protests never hurt anyone in 26 years: Imran

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday reaffirmed his resolve to lead the PTI ‘Azadi March’ to Islamabad from Peshawar , describing it as a test for police and other law enforcement agencies.
Addressing the PTI’s Youth Wing convention in Peshawar, Imran Khan declared that all of their protest over the past 26 years have been peaceful and never hurt any civilian or a policeman.
The former Premier claimed that all major parties including the PML-N, JUI-F and the PPP protested against his government at different times in their tenure but they never did anything to stop them. “But, this government is raiding PTI leaders’ homes and violating the law by arresting them without any warrants”, he regretted.
Imran Khan described that this is a test for the police as well as other law enforcement agencies and they need to show if they stand with the corrupt leaders and touts of America or with independence of this country. The PTI chairman said that he would lead the PTI rally from Peshawar to Islamabad.
He requested young people, women and children to participate in great numbers in the ‘Azadi long march’ and prepare to protest until they get the date for the next general elections.
The PTI chairman also warned the rulers to desist from applying “mean tactics”, saying the rulers can’t shake resolve of the party leaders and workers for real independence in the country. “Allah Willing, we will reach Islamabad and force the “imported government” to announce fresh elections in the country.

 

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