Imran Khan ready to face consequences over long march

Imran Khan, the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), has reiterated his call for a long march on Islamabad on any day after May 20. He has also announced that the party will stage a sit-in in the capital that will last until a date for the next general elections is announced.

He was speaking at a PTI power show in Attock on Thursday. Usman Buzdar, former Punjab chief minister, former ministers Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Sheikh Rashid, Ali Muhammad Khan, and Shehryar Afridi, former special assistants Zulfi Bukhari and Malik Ameen Aslam, former provincial ministers retired Col Muhammad Anwar and Syed Yawar Bukhari, MNA retired Maj Tahir Sadiq, Jamshaid Altaf, Abrarul Haq, and a large number of party leaders were present.

 

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