Long march: PTI is ready for day two Imran khan will reveal his next move once he arrives in Islamabad.
This is Imran’s second protest march since he was deposed in a no-confidence vote earlier this year.
All eyes are on the federal capital as the PTI continues its anti-government march. Which the party chairman has dubbed the “largest freedom movement” in the country’s history.
PTI Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan has asked people to wait. Until he arrives in Islamabad for his “next decision.” The first day’s journey ended peacefully. With Imran asking the party’s supporters to rest before continuing on to the federal capital from Shahdara.
Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah warned against mob attacks. After Pakistan’s Supreme Court earlier rejected the government’s request. For an injunction to halt the PTI’s long march to the federal capital.
Imran began the protest march with an emotionally charged speech. In which he stated that the ‘Haqeeqi Azadi Long March’ was not for any personal or political gain to oust or form a government. But rather to liberate the country from the thieves. Who had seized power in order to have their corruption cases dropped.
This is the PTI chairman’s second march to Islamabad.
Pakistan’s political unrest has exacerbated economic uncertainty. With international rating agencies questioning whether the current government can maintain difficult economic policies. In the face of political pressure and looming elections.
The long march began on Friday at Liberty Chowk in Lahore and continued through M.A.O Chowk, Icchra, and Mozang. After passing through Kamonki, Gujranwala, Daska, Sumbrial, Lala Musa, Khariyan, Gujjar Khan, and Rawalpindi, the march will enter the federal capital.
Continue reading for the most recent updates from Pakistan on the PTI’s long march.
Saturday, October 29, 1:32 p.m. Was irritated because the generator failed: Asad Umar in his viral video
PTI leader Asad Umar clarified his viral video in which he appeared to be having a heated debate with Hammad Azhar, putting an end to social media speculation.
Umar stated on Twitter that the conversation was about the generator. That had broken down during the long march.
He claimed he was only irritated because the other generator was taking too long to arrive at the container.
12:54 p.m. — A video of Asad Umar debating Hammad Azhar goes viral.
A video of PTI leader Asad Umar apparently arguing with Hammad Azhar during the long march has gone viral.
The video shows both PTI leaders engaged in a heated debate, with party chairman Imran Khan standing nearby.
The video elicited several reactions from netizens, with one claiming that the argument was about the supporters’ low turnout.
Many social media users shared the video. It was also shared by PML-N lawmaker Kheal Das Kohistani.
12:50pm — Imran means ‘enthrone me’ when he says ‘Haqiqi Azadi.’
Sherry Rehman, Federal Minister for Climate Change, slammed PTI Chairman Imran Khan, saying that “Haqiqi Azadi” means “enthrone me as Prime Minister again.”
Climate Change Minister Sherry Rehman slammed the PTI’s long march. Claiming that it is being used to fight a “personal political battle.
“The goal of ‘haqeeqi azadi’ is to [say], ‘deal with me and put me in power.’” The country is self-sufficient, and the people are aware. “If there is anything subservient in this country. It is Imran Khan’s politics and thinking,” she said in a series of tweets.
Everyone has the right to peaceful protest. No one will be allowed to cause chaos in Islamabad.
12:14pm — Faisal Vawda’s membership in the PTI has been terminated.
The PTI announced on Saturday that party leader Faisal Vawda’s membership has been terminated. Because he failed to respond to the show cause notice issued to him on October 26.
Vawda claimed that the party’s long march would be marked by “bloodshed, death, and funerals.” Following this, the PTI suspended Vawda and stated that.
11:38 a.m. — This movement seeks to ensure that decisions are not made behind closed doors: Fawad
Before the start of day two of the PTI’s long march. Party leader Fawad Chaudhry stated that the movement’s goal is to empower the nation.
People taking part in this long march, according to Fawad, also want to change the system for the next generation.
He announced the march’s location and thanked PTI supporters, particularly women, for their participation.
11:12 a.m. — Islamabad police prohibit hotels from providing lodging to march participants.
Islamabad police have prohibited hotels and guesthouses in the federal capital from providing lodging to participants in the long march.
And the directive was accompanied by an official notification from the police this morning.
Non-compliance will result in severe punishment.