Reviving protest: PTI workers observe ‘Go Nawaz Go Day’

Published: September 20, 2014
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Khan will continue touring flood-hit areas in Punjab to express solidarity with the people there, Chaudhry said. PHOTO: ONLINE

Khan will continue touring flood-hit areas in Punjab to express solidarity with the people there, Chaudhry said. PHOTO: ONLINE

LAHORE: 

Scores of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf workers across the province observed a “Go Nawaz Go Celebration Day” announced by PTI chairman Imran Khan earlier this week.

“We will not leave Islamabad till the prime minister resigns,” PTI Punjab president Ejaz Chaudhry said on Friday.

He said they would put an end to dynastic politics in Pakistan.

Khan will continue touring flood-hit areas in Punjab to express solidarity with the people there, Chaudhry said. The Imran Khan Foundation had distributed large quantities of food and relief goods among victims across the province, he said. The IKF had established health camps to provide treatment to flood victims.

PTI supporters living in Defence Housing Authority held a sit-in at Lalak Chowk.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 20th, 2014.

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  • Fatima
    Sep 20, 2014 - 3:10PM

    My fellow citizens of Pakistan who are PML-N supporters, even if you dislike PTI, have some decency not to support this corrupt party any longer. Think rationally, ignoring any family or business associations you may have with this party.

    If not for yourself, think about your country and future generations: a PML-N MNA’s sons raping an innocent girl in Punjab, VVIP protocols that don’t even allow ambulances to pass, judiciary that serves only the elite, Punjab Police that kills protestors and ignores the suffering of flood victims…. how much more proof do you want ???????

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  • muhammad ahmed khan
    Sep 20, 2014 - 7:54PM

    Go Nawaz Go

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  • muhammad ahmed khan
    Sep 22, 2014 - 1:59AM

    @Fatima: well said but the whole country is in trouble because of blind follower ship.

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  • Anonymous
    Oct 14, 2014 - 2:59PM

    I completely agree with you Fatima. This is no more about which party one supports. Its more do to with the ideology that you support. How can you support dynastic politics and call that democracy, how can you support the VVIP culture, how can you support the ever deteriorating security situation and how can you support the negligence of education in this country?

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