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Govt decides to not stop PTI’s long march: sources

LAHORE: The federal government decided to not put any hinderence to stop Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s long march scheduled on May 25, sources informed Bol News on Monday.

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz govt and its allies have decided to give permission to the long march under th ambit of constitution, it is said that Pakistan Peoples Party chief Asif Ali Zardari played a pivotal role in bringing consensus on this decision.

Meanwhile, the government has decided to limit the long march to Srinagar Highway, however if it proceeds ahead the government will utilise all its constitutional options. More discussions in this regard with allies are expected in today’s meeting between government allies.

Former prime minister and PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif will be present at today’s consultative session through video link, along with Hamza Shehbaz and Maryam Nawaz.

Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Imran Khan has announced that they would hold a Long March on Islamabad on May 25. He appealed to the nation and all walks of life to join the march.

He further said that he was inviting the whole nation including youth, students, women, businessmen, ex-servicemen and all walks of life to join the Azadi March to save Pakistan.

PTI Chairman Imran Khan made this announcement at a press conference after concluding a meeting of the PTI’s core committee in Peshawar on Sunday.

The PTI chairman said that he would arrive in Islamabad on May 25 and meet his workers and supporters at 3 pm at Srinagar Highway.

The former prime minister was flanked by several PTI leaders, including Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Mahmood Khan.

At the beginning of the press briefing, he said that under his rule, every sector industry and agriculture and IT had been making progress but his government was toppled under a foreign conspiracy.

He added that the country was sustainable course when a United States-backed conspiracy had been hatched with the help of the previous Opposition to eliminate his government.

Imran maintained that this plot was not made against him but it was against Pakistan, adding that his government was removed at a time when the country was moving towards unprecedented progress in terms of industrial and agricultural growth and a record-breaking increase in the gross domestic product (GDP).

Courtesy Bol News

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