We are coming, Zaidi shouts out to Rana Sana

PTI Sindh starts march from Karachi, reaches Hyderabad


​ Our Correspondents November 01, 2022

KARACHI/HYDERABAD:

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Sindh convoy for the Haqiqi Azadi March (real liberation march) started from Karachi under the leadership of PTI Sindh President Ali Zaidi Azadi.

"Imported government, be ready, we are coming," he said talking to the media at the Toll Plaza, the official exit-entry point of Karachi.

Ali Zaidi said that the only objective of the Haqiqi Azadi March to be held free and fair elections in the country. He said "tonight we will stay in Sukkur. Those who cannot join us today can join us tomorrow in Sukkur."

The PTI Sindh chief said that they have been saying it since day one that they are a peaceful people and will remain peaceful till the end.

On Rana Sanaullah's statement, Ali Zaidi said that they do their politics, we are doing our politics. He alleged that in the by-election of Malir, PPP goons attacked their MPA, Bilal Ghaffar. "We were peaceful that time and now also peaceful, we are coming imported government," Ali Zaidi said.

On this occasion, former Governor of Sind, Imran Ismail said that all restrictions are only for Imran Khan's long march, PPP and JUI-F held their respective marches towards the capital without any restriction. Protest is the democratic right of every citizen, Ali Zaidi said.

Imran Ismail said that they have respect of institutions and have been taught to respect the armed forces since childhood. He further said that this march will prove that the people are with Imran Khan. The Haqiqi Azadi March got a grand welcome in Hyderabad.

Meanwhile, people showered flower petals and welcomed the convoy of Haqiqi Azadi March at Hyderabad Tool Plaza. Speaking to the media on this occasion, Ali Zaidi, said that they have been waiting to discuss elections with the new government for the past six months, but it is unwilling to do so.

He added that this Haqeeqi Azadi March is neither a war nor a struggle to gain power but an opportunity for the people of Pakistan to get rid of corrupt people.

He urged the government to hold elections right away fairly and transparently, adding that the Pakistani people would accept whoever won the vote.

 

Published in The Express Tribune, November 1st, 2022.

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