Imran Khan will address the participants of the Long March today through video link


Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s real Azadi March will start today from Gujarat at 12 noon.

Azadi March will be led by Shah Mehmood Qureshi and will also address the participants at the beginning of the march.

PTI leader Faisal Javed tweeted in this regard and said that Imran Khan will address the participants of the Real Azadi Long March in Gujarat today through a video link.

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He wrote that a large number of people are eager to welcome their captain, the solution to all the problems of the country lies in giving the power of decision to the republic.

‘Long March Schedule’

The first stop of the long march will be at Gujarat Ramtalai Chowk, where the Muslim League-Q will welcome the participants.

The second stop of the long march will be at GTS Chowk where PTI workers will welcome, a big screen has also been installed at this location where Imran Khan will deliver a video link address.

A heavy contingent of police has been deployed at both the points while the police have blocked the roads coming to both the points.

‘Imran Khan’s instructions to the workers to keep the roads open’

In one of his messages on the social networking site Twitter, Imran Khan said that the real Azadi March has started again.

Imran Khan further said that the workers should immediately remove the obstacles from the roads.

‘The real freedom march resumes’

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s real Azadi March has officially started again from yesterday.

PTI’s long march was temporarily terminated due to the assassination attack on former Prime Minister Imran Khan, the real freedom march was started from the same place yesterday.

After the shooting incident on the Long March, a new container has been prepared for the leaders, in addition to installing bullet-proof glass, other security measures are also being taken, while a heavy police force will also be deployed for the security of the Long March.

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