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Imran’s march will head towards ‘Red Zone’


ISLAMABAD: Hitting out at the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Monday said that he will lead the march into ‘Red Zone’ of the federal capital on Tuesday after the given deadline is over.


“Because I am worried that the police is ours and you are also mine, and I do not want any clash with police. That’s why I have decided I will lead that march to the Red Zone,” he expressed while addressing to the protesters.

“Police will have to decide whether they will fire at Imran Khan or not. I know the Pakistani police will not shoot at Imran Khan,” he said. About the “Gullu Butts,” he declared if they stand against PTI workers, they will find no place to hide themselves.

“The world will witness the power of the Pakistani nation tomorrow.”

He asked the workers to pursue him and that in case of any offense he himself will face the first bullet.


“You have to promise not to embarrass your leader. You have to stay peaceful. Do not break as much as a potted plant. It will be a peaceful march.”

He warned and pleaded the Islamabad police to keep away themselves from any sort of violence tomorrow as the march will be heading towards the ‘Red Zone’.

Complimenting his party administration for better arrangements of the sit-in, he appreciated the workers’ treatment with children, senile ones and women during the protest. He justified the move of announcing a civil disobedience movement with saying that it was the only way to salivate themselves from the oppressors.

Explaining the difference between democracy and monarchy, he said that in democracy, rulers are answerable to the masses and in monarchy they are not.

At this occasion the party’s new move appeared as Shah Mehmood Qureshi announced that PTI lawmakers will resign from all assemblies, except KPK to stiffen the civil disobedience move announce on Sunday.


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