Imran Khan’s Call for Protest
Fawad Chaudhry, senior vice president of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), stated on Monday that if people did not respond to former prime minister Imran Khan’s call for protest, it would be Pakistan’s failure.
He claimed that all preparations for his party’s long march were nearing completion.
He claimed that the economy had collapsed and a situation worse than martial law had existed for the previous six months.
Imran Khan’s Banigala Home
Speaking to the media in front of Imran Khan’s Banigala home, the former minister claimed that the “Azadi March” will usher in Pakistan’s actual independence and that if its citizens did not heed Mr. Khan’s appeal, the nation would suffer a setback.
The PTI’s MPs and ticket holders had been tasked with organising the crowds, and he hoped that many people would join the long march.
The former information minister commented on the Islamabad High Court’s decision to reject the show-cause order against his party’s leader Imran Khan and added that the PTI does not desire any disputes with the institutions. He asserted that when the PTI government was in office, the nation was making progress, but that since then, things had gotten worse.
London’s Avenfield Apartments
He said PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz had gotten her passport back and was planning to see her father in London’s Avenfield apartments while claiming she didn’t own the residences as she left the structure.
“Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, who is accused of money laundering, fled the nation aboard the prime minister’s aircraft and has now returned in the same vehicle. This is nothing more than a smack in the face to the justice system.”
Mr. Chaudhry urged the Supreme Court to act on a significant case involving the accountability law modifications that had been filed there.