June 30, 2022
Imran Khan's 7-day ultimatum to the government

Imran Khan’s 7-day ultimatum to the government


Pakistan is in turmoil due to the ‘Independence March’ called by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). After several cities, party chief Imran Khan arrived in the capital of Islamabad and gave a seven-day ultimatum to announce the election date. The government has called in the army as the situation has become difficult.

Speaking at a protest rally on Ninth Avenue in Islamabad, PTI Chairman Imran Khan said, “I decided to stay here until the parliament was dissolved and elections were declared.” But in the last 24 hours,

we have seen the government leading the nation towards anarchy. He also accused the government of trying to divide the nation.

According to Geo News, PTI chairman Imran Khan has given a six-day ultimatum to the government to dissolve the assembly and declare elections. Addressing the participants of the ‘Independence March’ on Jinnah Avenue, t

he PTI chairman said he had reached Islamabad after a 30-hour journey from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Imran Khan said, “The government has made every effort to suppress our independence march, they have used tear gas in peaceful protests, our homes have been raided and the privacy of our homes has been violated.” But I have seen the nation free from the fear of slavery. ”

He said three PTI workers were killed in Karachi and two others were thrown from the Ravi Bridge. Thousands more workers have been arrested.

Giving the government a deadline to announce the date of new elections in the country, Imran Khan said, “My message to the imported government is to dissolve the assembly and call elections.” Otherwise, I will return to Islamabad in six days. ‘

With such an announcement in Islamabad, Imran Khan has left for Bani Gala. He will take part in a big rally there.

Earlier, the country’s Supreme Court directed the government to allow former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party PTI to hold a rally in the Pakistani capital Islamabad.

The Pakistan Supreme Court on Wednesday (May 25) allowed the PTI to hold rallies in the H-9 and G-9 areas of the capital.

The Azadi March, led by former Prime Minister Imran Khan, began on Wednesday in Islamabad, demanding the resignation of the government and speedy national elections. But when the country’s current government blocked roads there, police clashed with PTI workers.

Last Tuesday, PTI supporters were accused of killing a police officer. The country’s government then banned Imran Khan’s march.

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