PTI Karachi convoy heads to Rawalpindi

More supporters expected to join via public transport

Our Correspondent November 25, 2022
Rally from Peshawar led by Taimur Jhagra and Arbab Sher Ali on the Motorway. PHOTO: TWITTER/@PTIOFFICIAL


The first convoy of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) from Karachi for Imran Khan’s Haqeeqi Azadi Long March left Karachi Cantt Station for Rawalpindi on Thursday while the second convoy left from Insaf House Karachi via buses.

A large number of PTI workers and supporters are expected to reach the garrison city by train and buses in the coming days.

More PTI supporters will join from Hyderabad and Sukkur, party officials said.

Speaking to the media at Cantt Station, PTI Karachi President Bilal Ghaffar said that the Haqeeqi Azadi march is an important battle for the security of Pakistan which has entered its decisive stage. Imran Khan has said that the time has come to break the chains of fear, Ghaffar said, adding that Pakistan’s biggest political gathering is going to be seen on November 26.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 25th, 2022.


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