- PTI concludes 4th day of long march; journey towards Gujranwala to continue tomorrow
- Imran tells ‘those with power’ that establishment never goes against nation’s wish
- PTI chief claims Nawaz waiting for ‘understanding with the powerful’ to return
- This is the second such march by Imran this year; first was on May 25 and fizzled out after PTI reached the Red Zone
PTI leader Asad Umar has alleged that BOL TV’s transmission was being disrupted “through pressure on cable operators”, particularly during hours when former premier Imran Khan’s convoy was moving today.
Whoever does press conference will be humiliated in public: Imran
PTI Chairman Imran Khan has said that no matter how many more press conferences come out against him, “whoever does a press conference will be humiliated in public.”
Responding to a question during an interview about another possible press conference against him, Imran said the nation had decided and would be siding with him.
“Now the issue is when those people, who have foisted this temporary setup over us, realise this,” he said.
Imran says long march moving at 12km an hour because of ‘passion’ along GT road
PTI chairman Imran Khan has said that his march towards Islamabad is moving at around 12km an hour because of the passion along the GT Road.
“Those waiting to receive us please adjust accordingly. Tomorrow we will be going through Gujranwala city,” he tweeted.
‘Your platelets have started to drop on seeing the legion of people’: Fawad responds to Nawaz
PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry has given a tit-for-tat response to PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif’s mockery of the long march turnout, saying that the latter’s platelets have “dropped again after seeing the legion of people”.
He also pointed out that the government was of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and yet Nawaz’s confidence in it was such that he was “not ready to return from London”.
Nawaz mocks PTI for long march turnout
PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif has mocked the PTI for its long march turnout, saying that the party could not even gather 2,000 people while claiming that it would amass one million protesters.
“The reason for the indifference of the people is the evil lies,” Nawaz tweeted.
He alleged that PTI Chairman Imran Khan had consistently lied so much that the Inter-Services Intelligence chief was “forced to break his silence and tell the truth to the nation”.
Nawaz said he had informed Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to not listen to any of Imran’s demands, no matter how many people he brought.