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Why Imran khan declare date for Islamabad long march shortly

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan are communicating the final power show in Multan onwards of the hyperactive’Azadi March’.

A large number of PTI workers and supporters have foregathered at Qila Kohna Qasim Bagh Stadium. Strict security appraisals have been put in place for the event. The PTI had reported to dissent the assumed foreign intrigue of reign change and then depose of preceding PM Imran Khan in a series of recover all around the country.

The former decree party has so far control to pull huge crowed in many cities across the country as well as Karachi, Lahore and Peshawar. Communicate a workers’ accord in Islamabad on Thursday, Imran Khan said that the last public congress held in Multan before the long march and he will declare the date for the anti-government long march.

They get a date for free and transparent elections

“Next day in the course of time I will disclose the day. When the whole nation will reach Islamabad on my call for real independence,” he said. Indicate at a extend stay in Islamabad for his planned long march towards the federal capital. Imran Khan said that the ocean of people will not leave the capital until “they get a date for free and transparent elections”.

“We only want one thing and that is elections and do not want the imported government. We want independence via free and translucent elections. The ocean of people will not leave Islamabad before we get a date for the elections,” he said.

The PTI chief said that the reason for his long march is to attain true independence in the country. “We don’t want independence where we say that we’re independent. But we are speak by foreign countries that you cannot buy oil and wheat from Russia,” he added.

Imran other said that when a nation is fully independent. It makes all the commitment for the advancement of its people. “Their leader do not sacrifice their people for the wishes of others. I will need your pain and determination for this long march. Our target is near.”

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