The officials of the Tehreek-e-Insaf of Swabi district organization and Tehsil Razar organization called for a meeting on the Independence March, which is set to be held on November 26 under the leadership of PTI-Chief Imran Khan.
During the meeting, Ministers, along with the officials, held discussions on the long march, which will be headed by PTI Chief Imran Khan. The key idea behind calling for this long march is “to force the government to make an announcement for early elections in Pakistan,” as stated by Imran Khan.
Meanwhile, Provincial Education Minister Shahram Khan Tarakai during the address at the party officials meeting, which was held at Tarakai House, Swabi said that, “Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf will show massive public power on November 26 and people will come out of every house on the call of their captain Imran Khan.”
Minister Tarakai stated that, “As it is a matter of actual independence of Pakistan, the country stands with Imran Khan.”
He further added that, “Whenever Imran Khan has given a call, PTI Swabi has participated fully and for this great cause, the party workers should fully participate in the long march on November 26.”
“The nation got independence in 1947, but it did not get the authority. The imported government does not care about the people,” says the Minister.
Moreover, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa stated that, “On November 26, a storm of people will come out on the streets of Rawalpindi and will shout that they have rejected the closed-room decisions and are standing with the Chairman of PTI Imran Khan for the independence and sovereignty of Pakistan.”
On November 20, former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan has extended invitation to the people of Pakistan to reach Rawalpindi on November 26. He assured to meet the people in Rawalpindi.
At the same time, Imran said that he would announce his next plan of action at the rally. Moreover, the PTI chief, who recently sustained a bullet injury during the ongoing rally said that he would personally come to lead the protest campaign.