Another moon eclipse, another changed decision of PTI chief

By: News Desk
Published: 04:56 PM, 7 Nov, 2022
Another moon eclipse, another changed decision of PTI chief
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has delayed the resumption of the long march for one day that once again raising speculations of linking the decision to the moon eclipse that will be occurred on Tuesday.

The moon and sun eclipses are seen as major events in the field of numerology and astrology, especially among the subcontinent's astrologists who took the eclipse events as a milestone to determine the fate of different incidents.

PTI chief Sunday earlier announced that the PTI Long March will be started from Tuesday from the same point in Wazirabad where it was halted after an assassination bid on the PTI chief.

However, just a day after, the PTI announced to delay the long march by one day and it would be restarted on Tuesday.

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It may be noted that the year’s last moon eclipse will be held on Tuesday which could be partially seen in Islamabad.

It is not the first time when that rumours regarding the influence of an eclipse on the PTI chief’s decisions has been surfaced.

Last month, as soon as the PTI chairman Imran Khan announced the long march towards Islamabad, the rumours mills churning out that the PTI chief was waiting for the solar eclipse to announce the long march date—October 28th Friday from Liberty Roundabout Lahore. It has not been verified whether Khan really waited for the solar eclipse to make the announcement but it coincided with the eclipse. On the other hand, the visibly agitated PTI Chairman was lingering on the long march date since May 25 this year, when he called off the march after reaching Islamabad.

There are rumours that Imran Khan after just after the completion of the solar eclipse, announced the date of the long march.

Interestingly, last year when Imran Khan was prime minister and he was delaying the notification of the appointment of the new Director General ISI, the rumours were also in the air then that Khan was waiting for a moon eclipse in November 2021.

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