PTI Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s long march will reach Islamabad on November 11 as per the new schedule.
Taking to Twitter, PTI senior leader Asad Umar shared that PTI’s long march will arrive in Rawalpindi on November 10 and would reach Islamabad on November 11.
“According to the new schedule of the real freedom march, Inshallah the captain will reach Rawalpindi on November 10, and convoys from all over Pakistan will reach Islamabad on November 11,” Asad Umar tweeted.
حقیقی آزادی مارچ کے نئے شیڈول کے مطابق انشاءاللہ کپتان 10 نومبر کو راولپنڈی پہنچیں گے اور 11 نومبر کو تمام پاکستان سے قافلے اسلام آباد پہنچیں گے #حقیقی_آزادی_لانگ_مارچ
— Asad Umar (@Asad_Umar) November 2, 2022
PTI recently changed its schedule for the Islamabad long march. PTI leader Hammad Azhar took to Twitter and released the image of the party’s new proposed schedule for the long march.
According to the new schedule, PTI’s long march would reach Jhelum on November 6 (Sunday) after passing through Gujranwala, Ghakar, Wazirabad, Gujrat, Lalamusa, Kharian, Sarai Alamgir, and Jhelum.
Earlier, it was planned that the PTI long march would reach Islamabad on November 4. However, now the march will reach the capital in eight to nine days.
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“The real march has now become a peaceful revolution. Local people are coming out all the way to welcome Imran Khan. As a result, the march is moving slower than expected. The new schedule is listed below,” Hammad Azhar tweeted while sharing the new schedule.
حقیقی مارچ اب ایک پرامن انقلاب بن چکا ہے۔مقامی لوگ پورا راستہ باہر نکل کر عمران خان کا استقبال کر رہیں ہیں۔ نتیجاتاً مارچ متوقع رفتار سے آہستہ چل رہا ہے۔ نیا شیڈول نیچے درج ہے۔ pic.twitter.com/wLPNGVrDOa
— Hammad Azhar (@Hammad_Azhar) November 1, 2022
PTI clarified the matter stating that due to the sheer number of people participating in the long march, the containers are moving at a very slow pace so as to not cause any accidents like that of Sadaf Naeem.
Earlier, a reporter from a private news channel Sadaf Naeem was killed in a tragic accident at the long march. Sadaf Naeem was climbing down from a container when she slipped and got crushed under the tyre of the container. The incident sent shock waves across Pakistan as the nation mourned the loss of the journalist.
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