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Reports of deal with govt rumours is only disinformation: Imran Khan

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan rubbished the reports that an agreement is reached between the federal government and his party.

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Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan rubbished the reports that an agreement is reached between the federal government and his party.

Taking to Twitter, he termed the reports as “rumours and deliberate disinformation. Absolutely not!”

He said the party was moving towards Islamabad and would remain in the capital until “dates for dissolution of assemblies and elections are given”.

He also urged supporters from Islamabad and Rawalpindi to embark on the march.

Earlier, government spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb also dismissed the reports, saying “News of negotiations and agreement between the government and PTI is baseless”.

She added that no agreement could be reached with an “armed group that martyred a police personnel”.

Meanwhile, PTI Senator Faisal Javed also confirmed that no agreement has been reached.

According to Geo News, the two sides engaged in dialogue following the directions of the Supreme Court. However, no breakthrough was reported as the talks ended after two and half hours.

Political tensions are at an all-time high in Pakistan the government has decided to take “all possible measures” to stop the PTI’s Azadi March.

On the other hand, PTI Chairman Imran Khan said it will be the “biggest” procession in Pakistan’s political history.

Read more: Azadi March: Supreme Court orders Islamabad administration to make arrangements

Only people of KPK attended the march: Rana Sanaullah

Interior Minister Rana said only people from KPK attended the march, the people of Punjab are not a part of this “fitna.”

During a press conference in Islamabad, Sanaullah said people in Sindh have refused to be a part of it, while the people of Balochistan do not even know about this “fasad.”

He said the government bought Imran Khan’s “lies” of leading a march with two million people toward Islamabad, otherwise, it would not have stopped the metro or postponed the examinations.

The Minister said the protesters are carrying weapons and teargas, and are trying to overtake the federal capital while using government protocol.

Calling the march an “unconstitutional act”, he said Imran Khan wants to instigate a civil war and will have to face the consequences.

Imran Khan reaches Swabi

Addressing his supporters after reaching Swabi, Imran Khan said that “we are going to D-Chowk and no one can stop us.”

He said the incumbent government is a “group of thieves” which is afraid of people as it had been plundering national wealth for the past 30 years, and has therefore placed containers.

He said that demonstrators were being arrested and harassed as they participated in the Azadi March.

“I want to give the people a message from Swabi Interchange: whatever you do, we will cross all obstacles and reach D-Chowk. Our protest will be peaceful as it has always been,” he said.

Moreover, key PTI leaders have departed from their respective locations, including Hammad Azhar, Yasmin Rashid and some others from Lahore.

Meanwhile, Shahid Khattak departed from Karak. PTI’s Fayyazul Hasan Chohan could be seen on television footage departing for Islamabad on a motorcycle.