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Imran Khan directs his supporters to reach Rawalpindi on Nov 26

Imran Khan has directed his supporters to reach Rawalpindi on Nov 26!

Former prime minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan while addressing supporters via video link in Rawat on Saturday asked his supporters and party leaders to converge on Rawalpindi on November 26 to demand free and fair elections in the country.

“I am inviting the entire nation to reach Rawalpindi on November 26 (next Saturday). I will meet you there and announce future course of action. This movement is not going to stop even after this march,” he said.

“You have to fully try to reach between 1-2pm. I will myself address and give the next plan of action,” he said, adding that the PTI’s movement would not stop.

Urging his supporters to come out of their homes to force the government to call snap polls, PTI Chief added, “We can never achieve real freedom while sitting at home and living like sheep.”

“Ask anyone you want be it business community, farmers, IT sector or anyone else… everyone believes that free and fair elections is the only way forward to steer the country out of this quagmire,” he said.

Imran Khan “regretfully” said that he was “hopeless” on getting justice from the courts in Pakistan.

“I will file lawsuits in the US and other countries against the allegations levelled against me regarding the Toshakhana watch,” former prime minister said, adding that in Pakistan there is no check and balance.

Imran Khan maintained that PTI’s struggle to ensure rule of law is practiced in the country will continue.

Imran Khan went on to add that no one can remain neutral at this time. He stressed that what is happening today in the country is tantamount to slavery.

“There is a difference between sheep and humans. Humans have rights but society without rule of law turns into a society of animals.”

Giving examples of PTI Senator Azam Swati and Arshad Sharif murder case once again, Imran Khan said no one would get justice until the nation made efforts for rule of law in the country.

“If I as a former prime minister of the country cannot lodge FIR so how could a common man get justice in this society,” he said.

“No one will come for the rescue of underprivileged in societies where there is no rule of law… if they can kill Arshad Sharif who was number one investigative journalist of Pakistan then no one is safe here,” he added.

Saman Siddiqui

I am a freelance journalist, holding a Master’s Degree in Mass Communication and an MS in Peace and Conflict Studies, associated with the electronic media industry since 2006 in various capacities. Here at OyeYeah, I cover a range of genres, from journalism to fiction to fashion, including reviews, and fact findings. 

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