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Imran To Lead ‘Biggest Protest’ In Pak History On Nov 26

Islamabad [Pakistan]: PTI Chairman and former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan will lead the biggest protest march in the history of Pakistan on November 26, claimed PTI leader Faisal Javed Khan.

The protest will be held in Rawalpindi. Taking to his Twitter handle, Faisal Khan said that people have been raising demands for elections to get out of the crisis.

Member of Pakistan’s Senate Faisal Javed Khan tweeted, “God willing, Imran Khan will lead the largest and most peaceful protest in the country’s history in Rawalpindi on November 26 – people demand that elections be announced to get out of the crisis – this is the problem of Pakistan and especially the poor people of Pakistan.” In a tweet, he said that the “biggest problem” faced by Pakistan is its economy and blamed political instability for economic instability. PTI leader Faisal Javed Khan in a tweet said, “The biggest problem today is the economy of Pakistan – Political instability is the cause of economic instability – The poor and middle class are suffering from severe problems – The country has reached the verge of bankruptcy – In such a case, a wise decision – People turn to the head. It has become inevitable to do- election is the only solution in the country.”

Meanwhile, PTI leader Asad Umar has called on residents of Rawalpindi to “get ready” for Imran Khan’s arrival on November 26. 

Asad Umar tweeted, “Pindi, get ready! Kaptaan is coming on Nov 26 along with the rest of the country.”

Meanwhile, former Pakistan minister and PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry said that the party will disclose its strategy if elections are not held after the appointment of the new army chief. 

Speaking to Dunya News, Chaudhary said that the negotiations regarding snap elections have been made with the government.

Fawad Chaudhry said that PTI has called on the government to announce the date for elections. However, he stressed that the incumbent government was fearful about its defeat in the polls, as per the Dunya News report. 

Chaudhry said that the demand for early elections has been made by PTI as well as the people of Pakistan.

Furthermore, Chaudhry called free and transparent elections as the only solution to the issues faced by Pakistan. 

Speaking to reporters in Lahore, he said that the preparations for the long march were being carried out and 35 to 40 thousand people will reach Rawalpindi on Friday.

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