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PTI Long March Day 4: Imran Khan To Lead Convoy From Kamoke

KAMOKE: Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan will resume the party’s long march from Kamoke today. 

The participants of the march will move toward Aimanabad today. Punjab CM spokesperson Musarat Cheema said former prime minister Imran Khan will stay in Gujranwala tonight.

She said that the number of participants in the Azadi March is increasing with every passing day.

It may be noted Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has halted the third day’s activities in solidarity after a female reporter passed away during long.

Day 3 of long march

Addressing the march’s participants, PTI Chief Imran Khan said that the march was supposed to move towards Kamoke, Gujranwala,. “However, due to the tragic incident, we will stop the march immediately.”

“We pray for the patience and strength of the woman’s family to deal with the tragedy,“ the former premier said.

Female reporter dies

female reporter from a private news channel namely Sadaf Naeem died in a horrific accident during PTI’s long march.

Channel 5 reporter Sadaf Naeem was crushed to death by a container after falling from another container.

It was learnt that Sadaf fell down from a container while trying to jump to a nearby container and was crushed by another container-carrying truck.

Subsequently, PTI leader Asad Umar stated that the march had been paused for the day due to an unfortunate accident and that the march will resume tomorrow (today).

Imran Khan hits back at PM Shehbaz over talks offer claim

Imran Khan-led PTI long march, which kicked off from Liberty Chowk on Friday, resumed its journey towards the federal capital from Muridke here on Sunday.

The second day of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) long march to Islamabad ended at Rachna Town near Ferozwala.

Addressing the participants of long march at Muridke, former prime minister Imran Khan rejected PM Shehbaz Sharif’s negotiations claim offer, saying that the prime minister had nothing to offer.

Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif has claimed that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan reached out for talks with the government a month ago through a mutual friend.

“Listen to me Shehbaz: I don’t talk to boot polishers. I am speaking to those with whom you would go to meet while hiding in the trunk of the car,” Imran claimed.

The former prime minister also said that he was not raised in a “military dictator’s nursery”. Imran Khan said that journalist Arshad Sharif was “threatened, sent abroad, and killed for raising voice against oppression.

Long march day 2 happenings 

While addressing the participants at Ferozwala, former prime minister and party chief Imran Khan took an oath from his supporters to always abide by the Constitution. “No one hands freedom on a plate. You have to struggle for it,” he told the march’s participants.

‘Imran Khan reached out for talks’

Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif has claimed that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan reached out for talks with the government a month ago through a mutual friend.

Speaking to V-loggers in Lahore on Saturday, PM Shehbaz Sharif claimed that Imran Khan had offered to conduct talks on appointment of new Chief of Army Staff (COAS) and fair and immediate elections.

The prime minister further said that the PTI chief had proposed that both sides will agree on the name of the army chief. “Khan offered to conduct negotiations,” he said, adding that the PTI chief wanted to settle two issues through dialogue.

The premier said while he refused to negotiate on the matters, he offered Imran to hold talks on his offer to sign “charter of democracy and charter of economy”.

Imran Khan rules out talks

Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has rubbished rumours of a ‘meeting’ in Lahore amid party’s long march towards Islamabad.

Taking to his official Twitter handle, the former premier wrote: “For all those spreading rumours about my [meeting] in Lahore, the reason we returned was that Lahore was closer [and] we had already decided not to move at night”.

“The only demand I have had for 6 [months] is the date for early fair and free elections. That will be the only demand if talks are to be held,” Imran Khan wrote.

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