In order to express solidarity with the Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan, the members of the PTI Malakand has released green and red balloons along with the flag from their houses in the air. The details about the above mentioned has been shared by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) via their official social media handle.
It is to be noted that, the following initiative has been taken under the directions made by the Central President Kanwal Shuzab. PTI Official via their social media handle has also shared glimpses of the people and party members releasing the red and green balloons along with the flag to express solidarity with their leader Imran Khan.
While taking it to their official social media handle, the PTI noted that, “On the direction of Central President Kanwal Shuzab, to express solidarity with Chairman Imran Khan, under the leadership of Malakand Region President Dr. Samira Shamish, all the members of Malakand Region released green and red balloons along with the flag from their respective houses in the air.”
Not just limited to this, they have also expressed commitment and made promise to always stand by their leader Imran Khan. They could be also be seen taking pledge. Noting to which, the social media post by PTI official added that, “And everyone took this pledge that we are with Imran Khan and inshallah will stand with Imran Khan till his last breath.”
At the same time, the Insaf Students Federation (ISF) has also joined hands with the other party members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in expressing their support towards their leader. It is to be specifically added that, the ISF students has also shared the similar gesture by releasing the balloons with the flag to express their solidarity with the captain.
Notably, the details about the following has also been shared by the PTI via their official social media handle, adding that, “ ISF students across the country expressed their solidarity with the captain. ISF has always stood by the side of its leader and will continue to stand by the captain in the future.”