Long march is a test for judiciary, bureaucracy and ‘neutrals’: Imran

Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday said that his party’s long march to Islamabad, scheduled for May 25 (tomorrow), was a test for the judiciary, bureaucracy and the “neutrals” to show whether they were with or against the “thieves” governing the country

“It is a test for everyone, including the police,” the ousted premier told the youth while addressing them in Peshawar



com/ImranKhanOfficial/videos/708871163755539/ Imran further said that the nation was well aware and awake and it knew about the ‘conspiracy’, and would make the right decision

He went on to add that the nation will never accept the subservience of “thieves” and the “imported government” at any cost, and invited people from all provinces and cities to become a part of his march

During the presser, Imran told youth that it was their responsibility to remove the obstacles in the way of long march being staged for their ‘real freedom’

“We have always remained peaceful and under the ambit of the Constitution and the law

” Also read: Imran threatening establishment not PML-N: Maryam According to the PTI chief, his party never harmed police or the masses during any of the protests staged during its tenure

He severely criticised the crackdown launched against PTI leaders and workers since last night by the “imported government, slaves of the Americans and the biggest thieves imposed on us

” The former premier claimed that his party always allowed its rivals to organise protests as it was their democratic right

In spite of this, he noted, people were thrown behind bars and sanctity of homes was violated against the traditions last night

He reiterated that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif hatched a ‘conspiracy’ from London and the “Mir Jaffars and Mir Sadiqs at home” toppled the government

Also read: Islamabad braces for PTI's long march as crackdown intensifies “At least 60 per cent of the current Cabinet is out on bail,” he added

Imran Khan announced that he would lead the youth and rest of the party workers from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa to Islamabad tomorrow

“Whoever that will come in our way will be washed away by the ocean of people,” he remarked

He added that the PTI will instruct its youth to be “fully prepared” for an internet and mobile phone outage

Concluding, he said, “Our campaign will begin tomorrow and it will continue until a schedule for fresh elections is announced, the assemblies are dissolved and the imported government is sent packing

Date:25-May-2022 Reference:View Original Link