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Will return to Islamabad after 6 days: Imran Khan warns PM

During his speech at Jinnah Avenue, Imran said he had arrived in the capital city after 30 hours of travel from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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Islamabad: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday warned the Shehbaz Sharif led-government to dissolve the assemblies and announce an election else he would come back again to Islamabad after six days.

The PTI chairman was off to Bani Gala after addressing the participants of the ‘Azadi March’ at Jinnah Avenue, leaving behind his supporters who marched for hours in anticipation of a major public gathering and sit-in, Geo News said.

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The PTI marchers, who were in D-Chowk most of Wednesday night, had by this time entered Islamabad’s prohibited Red Zone, which is home to several sensitive buildings, including Supreme Court, PM House, US Embassy. They managed to enter despite heavy security, Geo News reported.

During his speech at Jinnah Avenue, Imran said he had arrived in the capital city after 30 hours of travel from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

“The government tried every method to crush our Azadi March. They used teargas on peaceful protests, our homes were raided and our privacy was violated. However, I have seen the nation free itself of (the) fear of slavery,” he said.

Imran Khan alleged that three people of his party lost their lives in Karachi, while two workers were thrown off Ravi Bridge and thousands others were detained.

Imran gave a deadline to the government to announce the date for fresh polls in the country, Imran Khan said he is giving the government this time to announce a general election in June.

“My message for the imported government is to dissolve assemblies and announce elections, otherwise I will come back again to Islamabad after six days,” he added.

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