PM Imran invites the nation to join him in the battle of the day

PM Imran invites the nation to join him in the battle of the day

PM Imran invites the nation to join him in the battle of the day. A large number of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) activists kicked off their journey to Islamabad from across the country on Prime Minister Imran Khan’s call to attend the “Amr bil Maroof” public meeting.

In Karachi, the PTI activists gathered at Sohrab Goth on Saturday, where the party leaders delivered brief speeches ahead of their journey to Islamabad. They asked the PTI activists to maintain unity and discipline in their ranks before the “final showdown” in Islamabad today (March 27).

The PTI caravan left Karachi around 1 pm on Saturday. Leader of the Opposition in the Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh, PTI’s parliamentary party leader Khurram Sher Zaman, MNA Aftab Siddiqui, and MPAs Saeed Afridi, Shahnawaz Jadoon and others were leading different groups of the caravan.

In his exclusive message for today’s jalsa at the Parade Ground, PM Imran Khan urged the people to leave early for the public meeting. He said, “Today is a battle for Pakistan and not for PTI.”

He maintained that it is a battle for the future of our nation. The prime minister said that they came out of their homes to rewrite the history of Pakistan.

In view of the rush on the streets, he urged the masses to leave early so that they can reach their destination on time.

PM Imran invites the nation to join him 

On March 24, PM Imran Khan had invited the nation to join him on March 27 to reinstate the government’s stance against the “dacoits” ruling Pakistan for the last 30 years.

In a special message for the nation broadcast on television, social media and radio, the premier had said that the “group of bandits” who have been looting the county for the last 30 years have joined hands in “auctioning the conscience of the elected public representatives.”

“They are practicing this publicly,” he had said, adding that the people of Pakistan should join him on March 27 to convey their message that the nation is against evil.

He had said that the people should tell the Opposition that the act of horse-trading being done from black money is “unacceptable” so that nobody dares to commit such crimes next time.

The premier had asked the people of the country to “stand with the good” and “against evil”, urging them to show support.

Ahead of the crucial no-trust vote, Pakistan’s embattled Prime Minister Imran Khan will hold a major public rally in Islamabad with thousands of his supporters traveling to the capital from different cities in special trains arranged by the government on Sunday.

Pakistan has been on the edge since Opposition parties on March 8 submitted the no-confidence motion before the National Assembly Secretariat, alleging that the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government led by Prime Minister Khan was responsible for the economic crisis and the spiraling inflation in the country.

Two special trains have been mobilized by the national transporter, Pakistan Railways, from Lahore and Islamabad at the request of the government to transport its workers.

The public meeting will be the largest in the history of the country and have a great impact,” Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood told reporters on Saturday.

The call for the rally was given by prime minister Khan as he has been trying to present his fight against a “group of crooked opposition leaders”, but still many believe that gathering could be his swan song due to the odds of no-confidence heavily decked against him.

Separately, an equally-charged political event will be held in Islamabad on Monday by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), an alliance of the Opposition parties.

The PDM comprising the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) and the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) retaliated to hold their power show a day later that will coincide with the National Assembly session when the no-confidence motion is set to be formally moved in the house.

The JUI-F supporters have started moving under the supervision of local leaders, JUI-F spokesperson Aslam Ghauri told the media.

They are mainly coming from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan where the party has a lot of support. Some of them have already reached Hakla Interchange near Islamabad.

Another big protest march led by PML-N vice presidents Maryam Nawaz and her cousin Hamza Shehbaz, who is the son of Shehbaz Sharif, started from Lahore on Saturday. Traveling on the historic GT Road, they are scheduled to reach Islamabad on Monday to attend the opposition rally.

“It (the march) will be the last nail in the coffin of the PTI government,” Maryam told her supporters.

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid warned that the Opposition would not be allowed to block any main roads for political activities as it was against the direction of the Supreme Court.

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid warned that the Opposition would not be allowed to block any main roads for political activities as it was against the direction of the Supreme Court.

“We have deployed paramilitary Rangers and Frontier Corps along the Srinagar Highway and any effort to block it will be resisted,” he said.

Security calls on for emergency

Rashid said that more than 15,000 security personnel would be deployed for keeping law and order and also warned to call the Army in case of any untoward incident.

The political temperature has been slowly reaching a boiling point in the wake of the no-trust move by the Opposition on March 8. The make and breakpoint for prime minister Khan is likely to be reached by the end of next week.

The Opposition parties are confident that they can get the support of 172 members in the house of 342 to dislodge the government, while the government claims that it enjoys the required support in the house to foil the attempt.

Khan came to power in 2018 with promises to create a ‘Naya Pakistan’ but miserably failed to address the basic problem of keeping the prices of commodities in control, giving air to the sails of opposition ships to make war on his government.

With major allies of Khan looking the other way and about two dozen PTI members of parliament revolting against him, and the powerful establishment not providing a helping hand, he is less likely to get the support of the much-coveted 172 lawmakers.

Khan, 69, is heading a coalition government and he can be removed if some of the partners decide to switch sides.

He is facing a rebellion by his about two dozen lawmakers and allied parties which are also reluctant to pledge support to him.

Both Khan and his ministers are trying to give the impression that everything was fine and he would come out victorious out of the trial.


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