There is a 50% chance of Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan participating in the sit-in in Rawalpindi on November 26 due to the bullet wound in his leg and the threat to his life, various agencies have reported to the government.
According to the reports of the agencies, even if he somehow participated in the sit-in, it is very unlikely that he will be much on the scene, if he did so, they will stay there for a short time.
It is believed that the sit-in will take the form of a rally and will be ended soon. One of the reasons for this is that Tehreek-e-Insaf does not want to repeat its old narrative and should now will only emphasize the demand for early elections.
Tehreek-e-Insaf has come to know that the situation has changed after the appointment of the Army Chief and its political position has weakened, neither could it add its own choice to it nor after the assassination attack Imran Khan. Apart from being able to cut the FIR of his choice, the reaction and excitement that was generated in the public by his cipher and conspiracy story, and his desire to maintain good relations with the United States, cooled down at once.
On the contrary, the reputation of the party and Imran Khan was damaged. Moreover, Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa openly exposed the Imran Khan’s American conspiracy during the Martyrs’ Day ceremony.
He said that how it can be that there is a conspiracy against Pakistan and Pakistan Army is sitting idly.