‘Assassination attempt on former PM’s life not a small matter’

PTI leaders review long march arrangements

Our Correspondent November 10, 2022
Dr Yasmin Rashid. PHOTO: APP/FILE


Provincial Health Minister and PTI Central Punjab President Dr Yasmin Rashid has said that Imran Khan was the name of a “successful change against traditional politics” in Pakistan.

She expressed these views while chairing a meeting flanked by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Wednesday.

Qureshi and Dr Yasmin Rashid reviewed the arrangements for the Haqiqi Azadi March in detail during the meeting.

Zubair Khan Niazi and other leaders gave a detailed briefing about the arrangements for the Haqiqi Azadi march.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi expressed his opinion and said: “tomorrow, Thursday, November 10, we will start the Haqiqi Azadi march from Wazirabad again.

Imran Khan has taken a clear stand for the stability of Pakistan.”

He said Imran Khan was waging jihad against the politics of personal interests. Imran Khan considers politics as worship. Imran Khan is marching for Haqiqi Azadi to restore the honour of Pakistan in the world.

“Today the whole world is aware of the misdeeds of the imported government. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has rejected the FIR of the murderous attack on Imran Khan,” the health minister said.

Dr Yasmin Rashid said an assassination attempt on former prime minister Imran Khan was not a small matter. The whole world has expressed deep concern over the murderous attack on Imran Khan.

Imran Khan has come out against the imperialist system for the sake of honoring the Pakistani passport.

Today, the eyes of the entire Pakistani nation are only on Imran Khan. Workers and people from Wazirabad will participate in the “Haqiqi Azadi March” with full enthusiasm.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 10th, 2022.


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