Imran khan urged the marchers, “Our movement will continue for the next ten months until the election date is declared. He reaffirmed, “We will never accept these thieves,” and added that it would be preferable to perish than become their slaves.
The PTI began the sixth day of their long march on Wednesday morning at Pindi Bypass in Gujranwala. Imran Khan told the audience that until justice is achieved, no society can advance.
The “imported” Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif was scheduled to be jailed in the Rs16 billion corruption case, but his managers gave him an “NRO” [deal]. Non-provision of justice is our major problem.
“Fifty years ago, Pakistan was flourishing quickly, but afterward crooked politicians halted its advancement,” remarked Imran. He emphasized that he had no authority over the accountability monitor while the PTI was in office. Those in charge of NAB forced their rule on the populace while protecting “thieves.” Electricity rates, he claimed, had been soaring since the “thieves” were foisted on the nation.
Imran Khan claimed that the coalition government was terrified because “we have won Pakistan’s match,” and he added that the ruling class is “shivering and sweating” as the PTI march approaches Islamabad.
He added that since justice and prosperity go hand in hand, the PTI gained independence while preserving the rule of law. They initially used the phrase “they are thieves. Imran appeared to be alluding to the leaders of the ruling coalition when he added, “Today they say an NRO has been given; they are clean today. He asserted that the current administration had passed anti-corruption legislation that only punished minor offenders.
Fawad Chaudhry, a senior PTI official, stated during a press conference that the party intended to continuously shifting the date they would arrive in Islamabad in order to exhaust the government. “We’ll announce a target arrival date in Islamabad, then adjust it. We’ll wear you out, said Fawad. The lawmaker described the movement as a “movement of accountability” and a “movement to restore the system of the country.” He declared that Khurram Dastgir ought to be detained for erecting anti-Imran Khan banners. Additionally, he requested that elections be held once the NA speaker accepted the resignations of the PTI MNAs.
The updated itinerary for the lengthy march, led by PTI chairman Imran Khan, was also revealed on Wednesday by PTI Secretary General Asad Umar. Asad Umar said on Twitter that the Haqeeqi Azadi March would now arrive in Rawalpindi on November 10 and all convoys would arrive in Islamabad on November 11.
The PTI convoy arrived in Gujranwala on Tuesday after beginning its march from Lahore on October 28. The marchers are anticipated to arrive in Gujrat on Thursday (today) and then travel to Jhelum on either Saturday or Sunday. Imran Khan is expected to spend Thursday night at Chaudhry Moonis Elahi’s home in the National Assembly, Kunjah House, in Gujarat, according to reports.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PMLQ) would host separate receptions for the long march participants. While the PTI Gujrat will host a reception for the march at GTS Chowk, the PMLQ would greet participants of the lengthy march at Ramtalai Chowk in Gujrat.
Meanwhile, a container from the PTI long march struck a boy’s motorcycle, killing him, and injuring another person. The container struck Sameer and Usman while they were riding a motorcycle toward Gujranwala. Sameer Nawaz (19) passed away immediately, but Rescue-1122 crew member Usman was hurt and was sent to the hospital.