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Imran Khan announces end to road blockades after resumption of long march for Haqeeqi Azadi

ISLAMABAD: PTI chairman asked his party leaders and workers to end road-blockages throughout the country after the resumption of long march on Thursday.

“As our long march for Haqeeqi Azadi has resumed once again, I am calling on all our workers to end their road blockades with immediate effect,” said Khan in his tweet he shared on social media Thursday midnight.

The PTI restarted its long march from Wazirabad to Islamabad on Thursday, led by former minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi.

Qureshi said, “Upon reaching Rawalpindi, PTI chairman Imran Khan will himself lead the convoy.”

Imran Khan has given call to his party leaders and followers to reach Rawalpindi in the last week of November, where the PTI leaders will announce their ‘next strategy.’

Javed Mahmood
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