Govt won’t allow PTI’s march, Interior minister

ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet has decided not to let PTI go ahead with its long march in order to avoid the spread of “fitna” and “fasad”, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah announced Tuesday, saying PTI’s long march is not democratic.

Addressing a press conference flanked by the leaders of coalition parties, Rana Sanaullah said that the participants of the long march will be stopped.

Imran Khan says he will lead the biggest procession in Pakistan’s history tomorrow….
PESHAWAR: PTI Chairman Imran Khan plans to carry on with the party’s ‘Azadi March’ despite the government’s decision from earlier today to stop the long march towards Islamabad. Khan says he will lead the biggest procession in Pakistan’s history tomorrow.

He is addressing a press conference in Peshawar. The PTI chairman’s speech comes after a countrywide police crackdown against members and leaders of the PTI. A policeman also lost his life in one of the raids after which the govt said it would not allow the PTI to have its long march scheduled for tomorrow (May 25).

The PTI chairman has yet to address criticism against his party over the death of a constable during a raid.

He instead focused on critiscm against the PML-N government, saying he has been seeing the Sharif family adopting the same tactics as military dictators since 1985.

“They remember democracy as soon as they leave power,” he said, asking how many times these parties have taken to the streets against the government in the 3.5 years the PTI was in power.

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