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Tomorrow, Imran Khan will Lead the PTI’s Election Rally in Lahore

Imran Khan announces leading PTI election rally in Lahore, criticizes authorities for party worker’s death and warns of attempts to cancel elections.

The Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, Imran Khan, has announced that he will personally lead his party’s election rally in Lahore tomorrow. The rally will begin at 2 pm and comes after Khan castigated authorities for the alleged killing of a member of the PTI party.

While the date for the general elections in Punjab is set for April 30, Governor Ghulam Ali has yet to decide when the elections will take place in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Khan has been organising the party from his Zaman Park residence in the capital of Punjab for more than four months, so this will be his first rally in that time.

The former prime minister, who was overthrown in April of last year, was recovering from a wound he received on November 3 after being shot in the legs while participating in a protest march to Islamabad to put pressure on the government to call an early election.

Khan accused the “powerful” segments of wanting the upcoming general elections in Punjab and KP to be called off at all costs and suggested that they might do so using assassinations or bombings during his speech to his party’s members via video link. He continued by saying that he is aware of their intentions to thwart the elections.

The interim Punjab government imposed Section 144, which prohibits public gatherings, citing security threats. The PTI had planned to hold its rally on Wednesday. Ali Bilal, a PTI employee, was found dead following a fight between the police and party members as a result of this.

The youth was killed in a car accident, according to interim Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi, but the party has accused the Punjab Police of being involved in his death.

Khan then focused on the establishment, branding a “psychopath”—also known as “Dirty Harry”—as a fomenter of hatred in the nation. Despite his refusal to name him, he demanded his resignation.

He also criticised Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Nawaz Sharif, whom he called an “absconder,” stating that he is making the country’s decisions from London despite being declared a “national criminal” by the court.

Khan criticised the current administration for impeding progress and urged the judiciary to play its part in making Pakistan a stronger country.

Finally, Khan’s choice to take the helm of the PTI’s election rally exemplifies both his dedication to the goals of his party and his fortitude in the face of adversity.

The upcoming general elections in Punjab and KP will be closely watched, and the PTI’s attempts to win will continue to be a hot topic in the political climate of the nation.

Written by Imad Khan

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