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Imran Khan to address party workers in Haripur today

The former premier will address a public gathering in the Curtis Ground near Khalabat Township of Haripur.

Imran Khan, the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI), will speak to party members and leaders in Haripur on Wednesday.

According to details, the former premier will address a public gathering in the Curtis Ground near Khalabat Township of Haripur.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Irrigation Arshad Ayub told the media on Tuesday that the necessary arrangements have been made for Imran Khan to address a huge public gathering.

The minister anticipated that the Curtis Ground would have a sealike atmosphere.  The people will prove that Haripur is the stronghold of PTI by warmly welcoming Imran Khan and other leaders.

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In a well-thought-out effort to mobilize the masses, PTI on Thursday revealed the schedule of party chairman Imran Khan’s marathon statewide public rallies, which will take place in 17 major cities throughout the nation.

According to the schedule announced by PTI, the former prime minister will address a rally in Karachi on August 26. The PTI will also hold power shows in Sukkur on August 27, in Peshawar on August 28, in Jhelum and Attock on August 29 and on August 31 respectively.

In September, PTI will hold public gatherings in Sargodha and Gujarat on September 1 and September 2, respectively.

Imran Khan will also address public meetings in Bahawalpur on September 3, Faisalabad on September 4, Mardan on September 6, Bahawalnagar on September 7 in Multan, and  Sheikhupura on September 8 and September 9, respectively.

The party’s public meeting will be held in Gujranwala on September 10. Imran Khan would conclude the series of public gatherings with his visit to Quetta where he will address a rally on September 11.

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PTI chief is currently banned by The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) to appear live on all satellite TV channels.