PTI to end law discrimination: Imran Khan  

By: News Desk
Published: 10:23 PM, 1 Oct, 2022
 PTI to end law discrimination: Imran Khan  
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Pakistan Tehreek Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan Wednesday said his party would end law discrimination in our country, reported 24NewsHD TV channel. 

 He was speaking at a party’s consultative meeting held in Islamabad. The meeting reviewed the preparation for the decisive Islamabad Long March and also discussed the country’s present political situation, NROs received by PML-N leaders, and audio leaks in detail. 

Imran Khan presided over the meeting that also held a detailed consultation on the strategy regarding the preparations for the party long march. 

The meeting also considered in detail the possibility of retaliation on the part of the government. A decision to finalize various strategic points simultaneously after the announcement of the date was also taken in the meeting. 

It is decided in the meeting that Tehreek-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan will fully prepare the organizations of Islamabad and surrounding districts before the announcement of the final date of the long march. 

It has also been decided that Imran Khan will address major workers’ convention in the Peshawar region and Faisalabad divisions. 

The targets were handed over to the officials by Chairman Imran Khan. 

Imran said that rule of law is the only way forward. “NROs are the real cause of the crisis faced by the nation, Imran Khan added. 

He said that the stage of the decisive movement against corrupt and criminal groups has arrived. “Full public support and participation are necessary to free Pakistan from the subjugation, he said adding that to get rid of the worst inflation, economic destruction, and torture by thieves, people should prepare to come out in the field of action. 

He said that “I will not give any more respite to the oppressors, I will soon officially announce the date of the historic Long March”, Imran Khan added. 

Reporter: Saud Butt 

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