PTI starts long march to Islamabad

PTI long march 2022

New schedule of PTI long march

  • March for election not for interference : Imran Khan
  • We’re not out to topple govt: Qureshi 

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf started its long march from Liberty Chowk Lahore to Islamabad.

Chairman PTI Imran Khan is leading the march on a container, accompanied by Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Asad Umar and other leaders.

On this occasion, Chairman PTI not only addressed the participants of the long march but also administered oath to them.

Speaking, Imran Khan said that my leader Quaid-e-Azam had given freedom from the British, the time has come to start the journey of real freedom of the country.

He said that this march is not for politics or personal interests, India can get cheap oil from Russia, Pakistani slaves are not allowed.

We’re not out to topple govt: Qureshi

PTI leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said the marchers “are not out to topple” the government, just that they believe the system should change and people should get their rights”.

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Speaking on Geo News programme, Qureshi said a nation’s fortunes are changed by nations.

He also said “the aim is not to attack the capital but to convince the government that the people are disappointed in them and they should go for elections,” he said.

March for election not for interference : Imran Khan

PTI chief Imran Khan has asserted that his party is marching to Islamabad to demand elections and not because they were seeking “interference”.

He said this while speaking to a TV channel when asked the past tradition of an intervention by a “third force between two sides”.

“We don’t want interference, we want elections,” Imran replied, adding that the intervention was sought by those were couldn’t contest elections and did not have the nation’s support — an apparent reference to the incumbent government.

When asked whether the PTI had any plans of staging a sit-in, Imran said “the party has just begun”, implying that it was too early for a sit-in.