PTI supporters from across Pakistan to start gathering in Rawalpindi on Nov 25: Asad Umar

  • Islamabad police to use body cameras to ‘record’ PTI’s long march
  • Imran has clarified establishment not behind his ouster, Punjab CM Elahi says
  • Capital police says entry to Islamabad from Rawalpindi to be closed on Nov 26
  • Imran to rejoin march in Rawalpindi on Nov 26; Islamabad remains final destination
  • The congregation in garrison city would occur around new COAS’ appointment

Imran to address virtual seminar in Karachi tomorrow

WATCH: Imran meets senior PTI leadership in Lahore

PTI Chairman Imran Khan held a meeting with senior party leaders at his residence in Lahore today.

During the meeting, it was decided that PTI convoys from across Pakistan would reach Rawalpindi on November 26, where Imran will lead them.

Sharjeel Memon accuses Imran of using flood money to fund long march

Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon has accused PTI chairman Imran Khan of using the money raised for flood rehabilitation to fund his long march.

Addressing a press conference in the Sindh Assembly’s committee room on Monday, the PPP leader appealed to the Federal Investigation Agency and the National Accountability Bureau to conduct an audit of the donations taken by PTI in the name of flood victims.

He said that many foreign leaders and international aid organisations postponed their visit to the country and halted their programmes for helping flood victims due to the uncertain situation created by the ex-prime minister in the form of a long march.

“Imran Khan has caused irreparable damage to the country and flood victims for his personal interest,” Memon concluded.

Can only talk to govt on one agenda: Qureshi

PTI leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi, in a media talk flanked by former minister Asad Umar, said that his party was ready to talk to the government if it was “serious” and had an “agenda”.

“We have only one agenda and we can sit with the government only if they want to talk about it,” he said.

Qureshi added that PTI chairman Imran Khan’s main aim behind the long march was to save the country from a default which he claimed was not an agenda for the coalition leaders.

Nation’s trust ‘shaken’ in Pakistan’s justice system: Umar

Former federal minister Asad Umar has claimed that the public’s trust in the justice system of Pakistan had been “shaken” in the last few months.

In a media talk outside PTI chairman Imran Khan’s residence today, he outlined three reasons for his statement: Azam Swati’s custodial torture, the assassination attempt on Imran, and the subsequent issue regarding its FIR and the murder of journalist Arshad Sharif.

He said that being the former prime minister of the country if Imran couldn’t get justice, “what can common people expect then”.

Asad Umar lambasts govt for economic crisis

PTI leader Asad Umar, in a media talk outside Zaman Park today, lambasted the government for its economic performance, saying that only fresh polls will bring the country out of “this mess”.

“Industries that had witnessed development by more than 12 per cent are now slouching into negatives […] our imports have drastically increased and foreign investment is now even less than half compared to last year,” he said.

Umar went on to say that “whoever is not bringing Pakistan out of this economic situation is a criminal in my eyes”.

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