In an announcement made on Sunday, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) announced the plan for the party’s long march from Ghotki to Karachi, which will take place on February 26.
PTI’s ‘Haqook-e-Sindh march’ will start on February 26 from Ghotki, according to Federal Maritime Affairs Minister Ali Zaidi, who made the announcement during a news conference on Tuesday.
Ali Haider Zaidi, the president of the PTI in Sindh, and Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi will lead the ‘Haqook-e-Sindh’ march.
According to the schedule, the long march will begin on February 26 at 10:00 a.m. in Sindh’s Ghotki district and would conclude in ten days after going through 20 districts before reaching Karachi, the provincial capital of Pakistan.
According to the protest rally’s schedule, it would travel to Shikarpur, Kashmore, and Jacobabad on February 27, among other places.
The PTI’s long march will travel through Khairpur, Naushahro Feroze, and NawabShah on Monday (February 28), and it will end in NawabShah on Tuesday.
The participants in the PTI long march will arrive in Sanghar and Mirpurkhas on March 2, and they will spend the next two days in UmerKot and Tharparkar.
After going through Badin, Tando Mohammad Khan, and Tando AllahYar districts, the ‘Haqook-e-Sindh’ procession would arrive in the Matiari district on March 4, according to the schedule.
The march will continue to Hyderabad, where it will spend the night on March 5, according to the schedule. The long march, which will go through Jamshoro and other Sindh districts, will come to a finish on March 7 in Karachi.
I think it’s important to point you that the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) has declared a protracted march towards Islamabad that will start on 27 February.