- March to resume on Tuesday from Wazirabad
- Imran will join the march when it reaches Rawalpindi in 10-14 days
- PML-N leader arrested for threatening Imran, says Punjab CM
- Punjab IG tenders resignation
- Deadlock persists over Wazirabad incident FIR
PTI to protest outside Lahore’s Governor House on Monday
What system is this if PM and interior ministers can be criticised but military officials are off-limits: Fawad
PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry has asked why criticism of the prime minister and the interior minister is considered acceptable but military officials are off-limits.
Talking to the media in Lahore, he said: “The basic question that PTI is asking is that what system is this in which you are doing this [censorship]. Or else clearly admit that this is martial law and shut down TV channels.”
Chaudhry said it would have to be decided whether Pakistan’s affairs were run in accordance with the Constitution or the whims of “four to five people”.
SEE: ‘Large number’ of PTI supporters protest in Faisalabad
Maulana Fazlur Rehman casts doubts on Imran’s injury, calls it an ‘act’
Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Sunday cast doubts on the attack on Imran Khan in a press conference, calling it “an act”.
He questioned the confusions regarding Imran’s injuries that whether he “got a single shot or more than two” and “on one leg or both”. He also argued that Imran surprisingly “went to Lahore instead of a nearby hospital”.
The JUI-F leader reiterated that Imran could not be trusted with his long march after his party “violated court orders” the last time.
Islamabad police calls back Sindh police and FC to capital
The Islamabad police has called back the Sindh police and Frontier Constabulary forces to the federal capital.
PTI Chairman Imran Khan earlier announced that the party’s long march to Islamabad would resume on Tuesday.