Former Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) long march in Mandi Bahauddin on Monday, emphasising that his party policy was not to make enemies of anyone, but also not to be slaves to any country.
“No sane man wants enemies, but we don’t want to be anyone’s slaves,” the PTI chief said during today march.
“Journalists are being fed by a propaganda cell.” They deliberately misinterpret things I say,” Imran said, adding that the cypher was in the NSC, parliament, and with the president.
“What is the problem here?” “When we say we’re moving forward, it means we’re looking for good relationships,” he clarified.
“Our journalism has progressed to the point where even foreign journalists must clarify their stories,” Imran continued. Speaking of the rule of law, the PTI chief stated that the country could not progress until the rule of law was established.
“Today, if you look at the global index… countries with rule of law, you will see that all of the top countries are the most prosperous.” Pakistan, on the other hand, is ranked 129th in the world on the rule of law index. So, how do we expect this country to prosper? It can’t be!”
“In this country, we want the rule of law.” If an ex-PM is unable to register a FIR despite his claims… According to the Constitution, I have the right to file a FIR. But I was unable to register it,” he said, referring to the FIR filed in the Wazirabad attack case. He went on to say, “If this is how I was treated, what will happen to the average citizen of this country?”
Concerning the appointment of the new army chief, Imran once again chastised Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his brother, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif, and questioned how PM Shehbaz could consult with “a convict” on the matter. “This is against the Official Secrets Act. We will consult with our attorneys How can he consult with an absconder and a convict on such a crucial decision? “He stated this.
‘The nation stands with Imran.’ Earlier, PTI senior leader Asad Umar stated that the country was supporting former Prime Minister Imran Khan in his fight for “true freedom” because “important decisions are being made in London.”
“It has been 75 years since the British left, but major decisions concerning Pakistan are still being made in London.” “This is why the nation has supported its captain for its ‘Haqeeri Azadi,'” he explained.
Azhar Mashwani, the PTI’s spokesperson, announced that the party’s chairman will address marchers at 4.30 p.m. today. Mashwani added in a tweet that the address will be streamed in Mandi Bahauddin, Jarranwala, and Charsadda.
The PTI’s long march, led by Umar, arrived in Khurianwala.
Earlier, while speaking to participants at Chak Jhumra, the PTI senior leader asked a tense crowd if they were prepared to travel to Islamabad. “Will you leave for Islamabad when Imran Khan gives the order? Are you prepared? “He inquired. He also joked with party workers, asking if they were “scared of Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah and calls from ‘unknown numbers.'”
PTI leader Musarrat Cheema shared today’s march plan, saying that the march will resume from Mandi Bahauddin at 2:30 pm under the leadership of Shah Mehmood Qureshi, adding that the party’s vice chairperson will address the workers at 4 pm, followed by the PTI chief’s address via video link at 4:15 pm.
Earlier, while speaking to participants of the long march in Faisalabad, Kharian, and Nowshera via video link from Lahore, the PTI chief stated that he did not “want a fight with anyone,” but rather wished to pursue an independent foreign policy that served the interests of Pakistan and Pakistanis. Imran also stated that he wants the US policy toward Pakistan to be the same as its policy toward India.
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