Imran Khan, Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and a former Prime Minister of Pakistan, has declared that a long march will be held in Islamabad on May 25.
Imran Khan made the announcement on Sunday that he will be coming to Islamabad on May 25 for the much-anticipated long march of his party, and that he will meet his workers and fans at 3 o’clock on the Srinagar Highway.
After chairing the party’s core committee session to finalize the strategy and timing of Islamabad’s long march, Imran Khan gave a speech at an important press conference.
Khan called for the dissolution of the assembly as well as the setting of a date for a new election while he was speaking to the press.
Additionally, he communicated with the country’s armed forces and requested that they keep their “neutrality” vow by sending a message.
In the opening of the press briefing, Khan hailed the progress that his government did while it was in office and criticized the current establishment for driving the country closer and closer to financial ruin.
After that, he emphasized that despite all of his efforts, he was ultimately removed from power as a result of a conspiracy that was backed by the United States of America and “hatched in connivance with the former Opposition.”
“As a direct consequence of this, the most dishonest individuals were appointed to their positions,”