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Imran Khan Azadi March in Islamabad Pakistan 2022

Imran Khan Azadi March
Imran Khan Azadi March

Imran Khan Azadi, March  PTI Chairman, said on Tuesday that the ball was now in the court of the judiciary, bureaucracy, and “neutrals” – a thinly veiled reference to the establishment – to demonstrate whether they were with or against the “thieves” governing the country, as he prepared to descend on the federal capital to nail his colors to the mast.

“KEEP THIS CLIP WITH YOU,” IMRAN KHAN said. “THIS AZADI MARCH WILL BE REVOLUTIONARY, IT WILL CHANGE PAKISTAN FOREVER,” he added.

The Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf (PTI) will march from Islamabad to the Srinagar Highway at 15:00 on May 25 for an indefinite sit-in.

Cause of Imran Khan Azadi March

Imran Khan, the former Pakistani prime minister and chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, organized the 2022 Pakistani Long March or Haqiqi Azadi March; lit. ‘The Complete Freedom March’). Khan had announced a long march into Islamabad on May 24, 2022.

In response to Imran Khan’s demands for early elections, people in Islamabad were directed to the Srinagar Highway. His men would stay in Islamabad as long as needed because their only demand was that a date is set for free and fair general elections, as well as the dissolution of assemblies.

Addressing the bureaucracy and police, Khan stated that any action taken against the “peaceful demonstration” would be illegal, as well as the Pakistan Army. “If you’re neutral, then be neutral,” he remarked. The demonstration was projected to bring nearly 2 million employees to Islamabad, where they would stay until the election results were announced. Protesters headed by Imran Khan plan to stage a sit-in at D-Chowk in Islamabad until the date for the dissolution of the legislatures and the announcement of new general elections is set.

Imran Khan Niazi Press Conference

“They (the current administration) are cracking down on our leaders and their families as if they are criminals or traitors of the country,” the PTI chief said, adding that his government has never prohibited the opposition from marches or rallies during its three and a half years in office.

“They (the current administration) are cracking down on our leaders and their families as if they are criminals or traitors of the country,” the PTI chief said, adding that his government has never prohibited the opposition from marches or rallies during its three and a half years in office.

He informed his supporters that the march was about “jihad,” not politics. “You must be prepared [before of time] since the government may suspend cell networks and target other services.”

The Supreme Court has ordered the government to furnish PTI with a jalsa site.

The Supreme Court ordered the federal government to supply the PTI with land between Islamabad’s H-9 and G-9 neighborhoods for its public rally.

When the hearing began after a brief break, the attorney-general informed the three-member bench that the PTI’s proposed site could only hold 10,000 people.

He further mentioned that the area was adjacent to a Sunday mart and the Srinagar Highway.

Following the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s instructions, the two sides held a two-hour meeting earlier today, but no breakthrough was achieved.

Imran Khan Niazi Azadi March has no possibility of an agreement with the government.

PTI Chairman Imran Khan addressed the crowds while the route to the federal capital after arriving in Swabi. He dismissed any claims of reaching a deal with the administration in it. “We’re on our way to Islamabad, and there’s no way we’ll be able to reach an agreement with the coalition government.”

“We will remain in Islamabad till the government decides to dissolve assemblies and declare election dates,” he said, adding that they will make it to D-Chowk regardless of the obstacles.

Imran Khan Niazi Azadi March has no chance of reaching an agreement with the government.

After arriving at Swabi, PTI Chairman Imran Khan addressed the masses en route to the federal capital. He denied that he had reached an agreement with the administration. “We’re on our way to Islamabad, and we have little chance of reaching an agreement with the coalition government.”

“We will remain in Islamabad till the government agrees to dissolve assemblies and announce election dates,” he added, adding that despite the challenges, they will make it to D-Chowk.

IMRAN KHAN stated, “KEEP THIS CLIP WITH YOU.” “THIS AZADI MARCH WILL BE REVOLUTIONARY; IT WILL FOREVER CHANGE PAKISTAN,” he continued.

PTI president, speaking exclusively to ARY News ahead of the Azadi March, stated that neither he nor his country is afraid of the coalition government’s coercive efforts to prevent them from marching to the capital.

“This (Azadi March) is not a political movement or gathering; Pakistan is in the midst of a revolution, and I am confident that they (the government) will not be able to stop millions of people moving towards Islamabad,” stated PTI leader Imran Khan.

Imran Khan stated that he received life threats before the Multan gathering and continues to receive such threats, but he is not frightened to travel among his people and even the general public. They no longer fear anything in their fight to overthrow this “crook-led imported government.”

The PTI president stated emphatically that he and the protesters would remain in Islamabad until a final date for general elections is set.

With the march, PTI hopes to “make history.”

“This is a pivotal time for the entire nation, as we must choose whether to become an independent nation or repeat 75 years of history.” The last time the country came together and reached a decision was in 1974. “Now is the time for the entire nation to come out of their homes,” he declared.

He claimed that only PTI Chairman Imran Khan could deal with Pakistan’s problems and that he should be given a new mandate to make the right decisions. He warned that if the government tried to close Islamabad’s roadways to those joining the PTI’s long march, the entire country would turn into Islamabad (a venue for protests).

 

 

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