Imran Khan’s “Azadi March” is set to take place today in Gujranwala. And the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is expecting a large turnout. This march is being seen as a show of strength by the PTI ahead of the 2023. General elections, and it comes at a time when the party is under fire for its handling of the economy. The PTI has been facing protests from various sectors over the past year. And this march is seen as an attempt to quell those dissenters. The Azadi March will be starting from Lahore and will culminate in Islamabad. Where Imran Khan is expected to give a speech.
What Is The EX PM Imran Khan Haqiqi Azadi March Inqalab Jalsa?
The “EX PM Imran Khan haqiqi azadi march inqalab jalsa” is a political rally being held today in Gujranwala. Pakistan by former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. The rally is being held to protest the current government of Pakistan. And to demand the resignation of Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif.
ہمارا حقیقی آزادی مارچ گوجرانوالہ سے گزر رہا ہے۔ ہم ایک انقلاب کیجانب گامزن ہیں کہ عوام کی شرکت سے شرکاء کی تعداد مسلسل بڑھ رہی ہے۔قوم حقیقی آزادی کی ہماری پکار کی حمایت کا ایک واضح پیغام دے رہی ہے۔ pic.twitter.com/Fc64ivU0Ox— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) November 1, 2022
When And Where Is It Taking Place?
The “Inqilab Jalsa” is set to take place today at Gujranwala, with former Prime Minister Imran Khan leading the march. The main aim of the march is to pressure current Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif to resign. in light of the Panama Papers leak which allegedly implicates him in corruption.
What Are The Goals Of The March?
The main goals of the march are to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Imran Khan and to hold new elections. The protesters also want an end to alleged corruption and mismanagement by the government.
Imran Khan’s ‘haqiqi azadi march’ inqalab jalsa today at gujranwala is open to all Pakistanis who want to join the effort to achieve true independence from corrupt politicians and a broken system. People can participate by joining the march, attending the jalsa, or donating to the cause.
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