PTI Director Imran Khan is driving the long walk toward Islamabad with party pioneer Asad Umar sharing that Khan will presently arrive at Rawalpindi by November 10 and convoys from everywhere Pakistan will arrive at Islamabad on November 11.
Prior, the arrangement was to arrive at the government capital by November 4.
The party and the public authority, in the interim, are currently in constant disagreement.
This is the PTI seat’s second walk towards Islamabad after he was removed by means of a no-certainty movement recently.
The political shakiness in Pakistan has likewise fuelled financial vulnerability, with worldwide rating organizations addressing in the event that the ongoing government can keep up with troublesome monetary strategies notwithstanding political strain and approaching decisions.
7:12pm — ‘Tales are being spread by a few political pioneers against Islamabad Police’
Rumors are being spread by some political leaders against Islamabad Capital Police.
ICT Police and other civil armed forces are the guarantors of peace in the federal Capital. Such propaganda campaigns and rumors will strengthen the determination and morale of the officials.1/2
— Islamabad Police (@ICT_Police) November 2, 2022
4:02pm — PTI pioneer meets party’s Faisalabad section for walk arrangements\
Secretary General PTI @Asad_Umar held Meeting with Faisalabad Division (Toba Tek Sing, Chiniot & Jhang) parliamentarian and political leadership for Haqeeqi azadi march.#پاکستان_بچاؤ_مارچ pic.twitter.com/NIFG2cQT9T
— PTI (@PTIofficial) November 2, 2022
3:15pm — ‘Non-arrangement of equity most concerning issue’, says Imran Khan
Tending to the members on the beginning of the 6th day, PTI Executive Imran Khan expressed that there is no advancement in a general public till there is equity.
“Non-arrangement of equity is our most serious issue,” said the PTI boss. He added that Top state leader Shehbaz Sharif was set to be condemned in the Rs16 billion defilement case.
“Quite a while back, Pakistan was growing quickly. Our nation can’t foster except if there is equity,” said the PTI boss.