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Former Information Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Leader Fawad Chaudhry announced on Friday that the party's long march, or Haqiqi Azadi March, will take place between May 20 and May 29 in Islamabad.

In a press conference, he said PTI will hold rallies from May 6 to May 20 and the long march will be held after that. He directed all party members to begin preparations to welcome a massive crowd of public to the protest.

“Hundreds of thousands of people will march towards Islamabad,” he said.

He forecasted that the size of the rally would be historic and far larger than any country has seen in modern times.

Earlier, ex-former prime minister Imran Khan had said the preparations for the long march would begin on the eve of Eidul Fitr. He urged the youth to come out on the streets with the PTI’s flags in their hands.

Meanwhile, speaking about his party's claim that a foreign conspiracy was involved in ousting Khan, Chaudhry said that finally, Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb had acknowledged the issue and called for the formation of a commission to probe into it.

On Thursday, PTI had rejected the government’s proposal of constituting a commission, saying no other commission except a high-powered judicial commission would be acceptable.

On this Chaudhry said: “We hope that the chief justice of Pakistan will take a decision on it this week.”

Speaking to the media, he also lamented that the new provincial government of Punjab was working similar to a temporary set up.

“Punjab is under an administration crisis and courts are responsible for it,” he stressed. “The courts should not refrain from taking action.”

Earlier in the week, Chaudhry had criticised the newly-formed government over its new economic policies.

Taking to Twitter, he said that the inflation rate in the country had reached a three-year high, while the government's hoped to grab monetary benefits from allies Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE) remained unmet.

He also said the government's policy on fuel prices remained unclear. “The economy is practically running without a driver,” he said, adding that the "interim government" is just whiling away time.
 

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Former prime minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Friday told his party's workers to remain prepared for the long march to Islamabad, saying he would announce the final date any day after May 20.

Addressing a gathering in his hometown, Mianwali, he said a sea of people would reach the capital to demand only one thing - elections.

"Let people decide who will rule us. We will not accept any imported government."

Imran told his workers that neither containers placed on the route could stop them from their march nor Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah, who he claimed had committed "18 murders".

He vowed that the nation would not bow before anyone as long as he was alive.

The PTI chairman is conducting a whirlwind series of rallies, starting from today to May 20. According to a tweet by party leader Azhar Mashwani, the next rally will take place in Jhelum on May 10, followed by Attock on May 12, Sialkot on May 14, Faisalabad on May 15 and Chakwal on May 19.




Referring to his former aide Shahbaz Gill's recent accident, Imran, during his address today, said he was warning the government that if it touched any PTI worker in the future, he would hold "three stooges and their handlers" responsible.

Addressing the loudly cheering crowd, Imran said he had not seen such a huge rally previously.

Talking about his government's achievements, he said it had reduced the current account deficit for the first time in 11 years, adding that Pakistan was among a few countries which protected their people from the ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic.

In addition, there were record remittances and crops, he said.

"[Prime Minister] Shehbaz Sharif, you lodged a false FIR against me, and jailed [MNA] Rashid Shafique [in connection with the Madina incident]. Our women and children will take part in the march in Islamabad. If you try to stop it or lodge a similar FIR, then you will be responsible for what will happen," he warned.

Since all party workers would not be able to reach the capital on the day of the long march, they should instead protest in Mianwali, he said.

"I am calling my sisters, brothers, youth and mothers to the capital because this is the matter of Pakistan. I want everyone of you to come to Islamabad to tell this boot-polisher that slavery and imported government is unacceptable and [demand that he] hold elections."

He said it was the nation that would decide who would form the government instead of the US.

The PTI's Punjab government was toppled through bribery, he claimed, adding that the then-opposition should be ashamed of paying people to switch loyalties. He also asked the judiciary why it had not taken suo motu action over the events.

"If our courts can be opened at midnight, why can these thieves not be disqualified? If these looters come to your constituencies, you have to decide about them. These people who betrayed their country, Constitution, nation and voters should be taught a lesson by you so that in future, they should be afraid of repeating such actions."

He said Allah had ordered to people to take action against evil and not to remain neutral. Only an animal could remain neutral, he continued.

The PTI chairman expressed confidence that people would take what he called the right decision, adding that it was the right time to wage jihad against "dacoits" and achieve real freedom.

The ex-premier said he had started his political career from Mianwali and it was where he was launching his movement for real freedom as well.

"I am foreseeing a golden period for Pakistan and we are heading towards a point we should have reached 75 years ago."

He slammed the incumbent prime minister, saying the country had never seen a "slave like the one at the helm right now".

Shehbaz's son, son-in-law and brother had fled abroad while he had been "imposed" as the prime minister, Imran said.

Vow to continue 'jihad'​

Imran vowed to continue "jihad" against the leaders of the incumbent coalition government, who he termed "looters".

He lashed out at the United States, saying the "conspiracy" had originated there. "The biggest conspiracy was that Americans joined hands with Mir Jafars and Mir Sadiqs here to oust a government that inherited a bankrupt Pakistan."

Terming the new coalition government's leaders as dacoits, he claimed they had looted money from the country and built palaces in London. "These were the people who had been looting the country for the last 30 years and bankrupted it."

"We do not bow down before any power. We are the ummah of the greatest leader Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). There were two superpowers at the time in Iran and Rome. Did my Prophet try to ask for alms or loans or did he surrender before anyone? He did not."

Imran said it was the nation's choice whether it wanted to take to the skies or become a "boot polisher". The nation's founder, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, would never have served the US like these rulers are doing, he added.

Stressing that Pakistanis were independent people, he said the public did not accept "looters" like PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, Shehbaz and Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz.

"We will not let these thieves be imposed on us. You (the government) lodged an FIR against me, claiming we managed the incident that happened in Madina," he said, referring to pilgrims who had hounded and chanted slogans against PM Shehbaz and his delegation at the Masjid-i-Nabwi last month.

Calling the coalition government's leaders as "liars", he said wherever they went, they would face chants of thieves and traitors.
 

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All it requires is a single NCO with Iman and Ihlas to use his simple side arms to put down the most sophisticated armed coup attempt, orchestrated by the Obama-Biden admin on behalf of the entire NATO.....

If 220m Paks can't produce one such NCO then they deserve a worse fate (without any Izzet and Namus*) than the Indian Muslims under the Hindutva....

A nation which voluntarily gives away its freedom deserves to be treated as slaves - Mustafa Kemal Pasha

*If Bajwa is the template of the Pak general staffs good luck with that
**The Pak female folks should start arming themselves. Asking the Afgan Taliban for the left-out US small arms may be a good start. It needs to be followed by ATGMs, TB2s etc. (aka Ukraine-style)

 
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