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PTI Chief Declares ‘Enough is Enough,’ Signals Readiness for Street Protests

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In the wake of a disturbing attack on the party’s information secretary, Raoof Hassan, former Prime Minister Imran Khan has rallied his supporters, urging them to prepare for potential street agitation.

The incident, where unidentified assailants targeted Hassan with a blade on Tuesday, has prompted Khan to escalate his call to action against what he terms a “fascist mafia.”

Addressing his supporters through a statement shared by the PTI on social media platform X, Khan emphasized the need for proactive measures against such acts of violence.

He called upon all levels of the party hierarchy, from central leadership to local organizers, as well as members, workers, and supporters, to stand ready for his forthcoming street agitation call.

Khan’s directive underscores a sense of urgency and determination within the PTI ranks to confront what they perceive as threats to their party and its members.

The attack on Hassan serves as a catalyst for broader mobilization and resistance against perceived injustices and aggression.

By instructing his supporters to await his call for street agitation, Khan signals his intent to mobilize grassroots activism and public dissent as a means of confronting and challenging the forces he perceives as detrimental to the PTI’s interests and values.

In essence, Khan’s message reflects a readiness to escalate the party’s response to perceived threats, moving beyond mere rhetoric to tangible and coordinated action on the streets.

This call to arms reflects a shift in strategy for the PTI, as it seeks to assert its influence and defend its members against perceived acts of aggression and intimidation.

Ultimately, Khan’s rallying cry for street agitation underscores the heightened political tensions and the PTI’s resolve to confront and overcome challenges through collective action and mobilization of its support base.

As the party prepares to heed Khan’s call, the political landscape in Pakistan may witness intensified activism and agitation in the days to come.

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