The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) changed its plans again for the long march on Wednesday, splitting the ‘Haqeeqi Azadi March’ in two.
The first procession will keep from Wazirabad – wherein party chief Imran Khan became attacked – and might be led by means of PTI Vice Chairperson Shah Mehmood Qureshi.The 2d rally will go away from Toba Tek Singh a day later, on November 11 (Friday), with the birthday celebration’s secretary widespread Asad Umar leading it. It will travel from Toba Tek Singh to Jhang after which to Faisalabad.
The corporations are to converge earlier than coming into Chakwal.
Earlier within the day, PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry had said that there can be no extension within the march’s arrival date to Rawalpindi.
The former minister stated that leaders from the Gujranwala and Lahore division will keep a assembly concerning the long march. This can be followed via a assembly of senior PTI leadership.Fawad furthered that in the 1/3 week of the march PTI chief Imran Khan might be present in Rawalpindi with “loads of heaps” of supporters. He maintained that there might be no similarly extension in the march attaining Rawalpindi.The PTI on Monday modified the schedule of its disrupted long march for the third time, saying that the celebration will preserve with its strides towards Islamabad on Thursday (the following day) from Wazirabad – precisely from the factor Imran Khan survived a gun attack final week.
The exchange came a day after Imran announced that PTI may be returning to the streets on Tuesday to pick up its lengthy march where it left off after an strive on his life and the following hospitalisation.
However, in an abrupt alternate made in advance on Monday, Imran introduced that the march dubbed because the ‘Haqeeqi Azadi March’ will resume on Wednesday. Hours after his statement, PTI leader Faisal Javed in a tweet introduced that the birthday party’s long march will begin on Thursday at 2pm.