On Thursday, an official case was filed by the Punjab police against two hundred Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Jhelum members. Among those charged is former federal minister Fawad Chaudhry.
According to the information provided, a case was filed against a leader of the PTI as well as party activists at the Mangala police station under a number of different sections.
According to the First Information Report (FIR), participants in the long march caused damage to state property and pelted police officials in Jhelum with stones while they were on duty.
Imran Khan, the former prime minister and current chairman of the PTI, has issued a six-day ultimatum to the federal government, demanding that it call new elections and dissolve the legislatures.
Imran Khan, while addressing the participants of the “Azadi March” at Jinnah Avenue, stated that the government had used every way to crush our march. He claimed that they had used teargas on the peaceful march, that our homes had been raided, and that the privacy of our homes had been violated.
According to Imran Khan, three PTI workers were murdered in Karachi, while two other workers were thrown from Ravi Bridge and hundreds of other workers were jailed. Imran Khan further stated that Karachi is the place where thousands of PTI employees were arrested.
Imran Khan stated, “he is giving a six-day ultimatum to the government to dissolve assemblies and announce general elections in June,”, setting the administration a deadline to announce the date for fresh polls in the country.
“My message for imported government is to dissolve assemblies and announce elections, otherwise I will come back again to Islamabad after six days,” he added. If the assemblies are not dissolved and elections are not announced, he will return to Islamabad again.