ISLAMABAD: Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan’s Haqeeqi Azadi March reached Jinnah Avenue Islamabad and addressed the party workers where he gave six days ultimatum to the Imported Government to announce general elections date otherwise warns that he will return to Islamabad with the massive crowd from Punjab, Sindh, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
After crossing all the hurdles, The Azadi Long March reached Islamabad at around midnight 26 May, 2022 but it took 7 hours to reach Jinnah Avenue where Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf Chairman addressed the workers. Khan said This Imported Government tried everything to stop us, did we stop ‘Kanpay Taang Rahi hain’ when he came to Islamabad, did we stop Maulana Fazl ur, Rehman, from Long March?
D-Chowk The battleground
D-Chowk, Blue Area had been the worst battleground since last night, Police kept firing rubber bullets, and expired tear gas was fired on workers, women, and children as a result one minor expired, and protestors set an armored vehicle on fire. The battle between police and protestors continued for nearly 15 hours non-stop.
Several peaceful protestors were injured and taken to safe places but PTI workers did not leave the place until their leader Imran Khan do not reach there.
My message for the nation: Everyone must break out of the grip of fear to achieve freedom.
حکومت صرف پولیس فورس سے آپ کو ڈرا رہی ہے، گھبرائیں نہیں، آپ سب لیڈر ہیں۔ آپ کو باہر آنا ہوگا: عمران خان— PTI (@PTIofficial) May 24, 2022
تمام بیوروکریسی سے کہتا ہوں کہ ہم آپ کے تمام نام نوٹ کر رہے ہیں، آپ کو کوئی غیر قانونی حکم ماننے کی اجازت نہیں، عمران خان
4 PTI Workers lost their lives
two PTI workers died as they fell from the Attock Bridge while they were trying to remove a container, which was placed by authorities to create hurdle for the caravan of PTI Haqeeqi Azadi March being led by Former Prime Minister and party chairman, Imran Khan.
Another PTI worker passed away at the hospital where he was shifted after being injured as a result of alleged police firing and shelling during the protests. Meanwhile, a PTI worker, identified as Faisal Abbas Chaudhry, also died as he fell from a bridge near Batti Chowk in Lahore.
PTI leader Shafqat Mehmood claimed that police had pushed the worker from the bridge and that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah are responsible for his death. Meanwhile, PTI leader Musarrat Jamshed said that responsibility for Faisal’s death falls on Rana Sanaullah.
It bears mentioning that a huge number of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supporters and workers finally reached Islamabad’s D-Chowk. Furthermore, the Supreme Court (SC) has given PTI permission to stage a protest at Islamabad’s H-9 and stopped the government from carrying out raids on houses and offices.