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Imran Khan Announced Public Rally on Wednesday 22nd March

Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf leader Imran khan declared on Sunday that his team would hold a light display at the Minar-i-Pakistan on March 22 as a “public vote” on the state of the country. Similarly, the ex-PM said these words while speaking to party members and supporters.

A day after clashes occurred at his Zaman Park estate and the Islamabad court when he went before an appeals court in the Toshakhana case.

The previous prime minister had returned to Lahore from Islamabad after Deputy Sessions Judge Zafar Iqbal dismissed his – anti warrants issued in the Toshakhana case due to his availability.

He invited the public to attend the rally in a video-linked speech that was streamed to television to show support for the PTI and its “true independence” struggle. Furthermore, Imran khan harshly criticised the police investigation at his property in Lahore’s Zaman Park, warning him to launch an investigation against law officials who stormed into his home.

About the police investigation at Zaman Park, Imran khan stated that police broke the gate and his walls even though only his spouse, Bushra Bibi, and a few staff members were inside.  Furthermore, the IK chairman also msg via video link “I want to ask all, including the judges in this nation, the police, and military leaders, about the respect that cheddars and char diwari have in Religion.”

Imran Khan said that his party decided to launch its election platform by hosting a conference in Lahore on March 8 after polls in Punjab were made official for April 30. Imran Khan recalled the events of the previous few weeks. Even so, he claimed that on the day of the gathering, they began putting up containers and enforcing Section 144. The rally was cancelled mainly due to the possibility of an attack and killing.

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