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Imran Khan announced a rally on March 19 at Minar Pakistan Ground – PakistanNews WAALI

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Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has announced a party rally at Pakistan Minar on March 19 (Sunday) at 2 pm.

Imran Khan’s message to the workers after the rally was cancelled

Imran Khan while addressing the “election rally” from Zaman Park to Data Darbar in a bulletproof vehicle said that all milk has become water in the case of Toshakhana, which is the case of foreign funding, when the PML-N If the funding comes out, everything will be known. I was severely criticized and a case was made on the case of Tosha Khana’s watch, my character was slandered in every way.

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Imran Khan addresses the rally participants while sitting in a bulletproof vehicle

He said that everyone knows that my life is in danger, the country is dominated by a group of thugs, they all want to disqualify me in any way, they have filed hundreds of cases against all the officials of my party, by include me an entire nation will have to come out to hold these thieves accountable and for true freedom.

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Meanwhile, when the rally was called off, a video was posted on the social media site Twitter from PTI’s official account in which Imran Khan was said to have left to lead the rally. Participation in the campaign on foot was emphasized, which restricted the control of the routes through placing containers on the roads near the main roads of the rally.

The government gave PTI conditional permission to hold the rally

PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry said about those who are participating in the rally that they are currently watching the scenes of the rally in Lahore and understand that stopping Imran Khan is like inviting public anger and usurpation.

PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi said in a media interview that Imran Khan would make an important announcement at the end of the rally at Zaman Park.

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