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PTI Long March Day 5: Imran Khan rejoins the caravan in Gujranwala, fires broadsides at Nawaz and Zardari in his first speech

Marchers unlikely to reach Islamabad even by Sunday, Fawad

PTI’s Long March being called the Haqiqi Azadi march entered day five on Tuesday.

PTI chief Imran Khan after rejoining the Azadi March caravan fired broadsides at Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari in his first speech on day five.

PTI Chairman Imran Khan arrived in Gujranwala at around 2 PM.

“Nawaz Sharif I challenge you: when you come back, I will beat u in your constituency!” Imran Khan said in his first speech of the day. in Gujranwala.

Tehreek-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan has said that if the nation is not free, then it will not be respected. Allah has given wings to man for flight.

Addressing the participants of the Long March, Imran Khan said that the common man cries in the courtroom, but he is not heard.

Azam Swati was tortured he said.

The government gets the script from outside, he went on to say by adding, that the government is given a script not to take cheap oil from Russia, and the common man does not have basic rights because he is a slave, Arshad Sharif had to leave the country, he was martyred, the courts protect the basic rights of the people.

Dozens of cases were filed against me, he said, adding, “I will go to court for damages against the Election Commissioner, I will defeat Nawaz Sharif in his constituency, I am coming to Sindh after Asif Zardari.”

“I am not Nawaz Sharif to escape from the country, Mirajina is dying in Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif also falsified the medical reports and went out,” he said,

PTI Long March Resumes on Day 5


“Today, after traveling through Gujranwala, this historic march will head towards Islamabad,” PTI Senator Faisal Javed Khan said in a tweet,

He added that PTI chief Imran Khan would address the party’s supporters at multiple spots during the course of the journey.

He further claimed that the size of the march was “200 percent larger” than the PTI’s 2014 march.


Earlier in the day, Punjab Government Spokesperson Musarrat Cheema shared that PTI’s long march will start from “Chen Da Qila”.


Marchers unlikely to reach Islamabad even by Sunday, Fawad

PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry sharing a new schedule for the party’s long march earlier in the day said that the caravan, which is currently in Gujranwala, will not be able to reach Islamabad by Sunday, 6 Nov, which has been the original plan.

Addressing a press conference, he also said the protesters would spend the entire day today in Gujranwala.

Chaudhry said the decision to slow down the trek to Islamabad was made to prevent accidents with “thousands of people walking alongside the caravan”.

laughed off Nawaz Sharif’s statement that long marchers were no more than 2,000 and that the PTI’s demands should be given a deaf ear.

“If we are so small in number then what is there for them to be scared of, anyway?” Fawad said addressing a press conference with his party peer Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

“If we are just 2,000 then let us come to Islamabad. Why are they shaking in their shoes?”

Mocking at an exiled PML-L supremo Nawaz Sharif, Fawad Chaudhry added that his younger brother (Shehbaz) was in power and the three-time former prime minister was not coming home. “When Prime Minister Shehbaz’s own family doesn’t trust him then how will investors do?

“You will have to bow down to the people of Pakistan,” Fawad said.

Meanwhile, PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi added that the government was trying to make the long march look negative.

“PTI workers and citizens are not going to shed blood and are advancing peacefully,” Qureshi said.

Qureshi said that they were campaigning with all their might that PTI was an adversary to the army, Qureshi added that those who were now playing the sentinels [of the institutions] had been badmouthing the establishment [in the past].

“Word has it that a new press conference is coming up. Imran Khan has said that these press talks are not going to harm him or the party, but the ones who will address it,” Qureshi added.


Saman Siddiqui

Saman Siddiqui, A freelance journalist with a Master’s Degree in Mass Communication and MS in Peace and Conflict Studies. Associated with the media industry since 2006. Experience in various capacities including Program Host, Researcher, News Producer, Documentary Making, Voice Over, Content Writing Copy Editing, and Blogging, and currently associated with OyeYeah since 2018, working as an Editor.

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