‘With freedom comes prosperity’: Imran calls on supporters to converge in Rawalpindi on Nov 26

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Asad Umar holds meeting to discuss Rawalpindi march plan

PTI general secretary Asad Umar held a meeting today to overview the security arrangements and other plans for the party’s upcoming march to Rawalpindi.

I’m coming out for you in this condition, now you have to come to Rawalpindi for me: Imran

PTI chief Imran Khan, in a video address today, urged his supporter to converge in Rawalpindi on November 26 for the party’s long march.

“I am coming out for you in this condition […] now you have to come out for me,” the former premier said, asserting that a nation could only prosper when it was truly free.

The PTI chief also vowed that the people won’t sit quietly until they achieved “haqeeqi azadi”.

Sanaullah says govt has ‘no problem’ with landing of Imran’s helicopter at Parade Ground

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has said that the government had no problem with the landing of PTI chairman Imran Khan’s helicopter landing at the Parade Ground in Islamabad on November 26.

In an interview with journalist Hamid Mir on Geo News today, he said that the administration of Islamabad would take the decision “on merit”.

Meanwhile, in response to a question on the party’s prolonged sit-in and road blockage in Rawalpindi, Sanaullah warned the PTI against blocking roads and causing any inconvenience to the general public.

PTI finalises plan for Rawalpindi sit-in on Nov 26

President of PTI’s Lahore chapter, Sheikh Imtiaz, has said that the party has finalised its plan for the Rawalpindi sit-in on November 26.

“The PTI cavalcade from Lahore will leave the city at 7am on Saturday. It will travel through the Lahore Motorway Toll Plaza and then enter Rawalpindi,” he told Dawn.com.

Imtiaz added that the party had formed a contingency plan for the march as well. “We have delegated responsibilities to all the stakeholders.”

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