The PTI Has Changed The Location Of The Meeting In Sialkot
The PTI meeting will take place at the VIP Cricket Ground.
If such techniques are adopted, lockdown and strike will be necessary.
The only way out of this crisis is to vote as soon as possible.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has moved its headquarters to Sialkot.
He stated that our people in Sialkot were peacefully present.
We strongly condemn the attacks on our leaders. We are exercising
our democratic right by calling the incompetent government.
We are acting by our democratic and constitutional rights. We strongly condemn
the use of violence at the request of Khawaja Asif.
We are now able to exercise our constitutional rights democratically. Such tactics,
according to Shafqat Mahmood, were used. As a result, a lockdown and
strike will be necessary. On the spot, the meeting was agreed upon.
The country is currently experiencing a grave crisis.
Elections are the only way to solve the country’s problems.
The only way out of this crisis is to vote right away.
However, authorities detained several activists, including Usman Dar.
PTI workers were dispersed due to police shelling and stick charges.
With a crane, police began removing the products from the protest.
The PTI was denied permission to host the meeting by the district government.
Usman Dar said on this occasion that placing the
captain in jail will not change his feelings for him;
we will get out of jail, then we will hold a meeting;
Imran Khan will come to Sialkot to hold a meeting; Imran Khan is standing by him.
DPO Sialkot, on the other side, stated that this is a Christian neighborhood.
A political party is having a meeting in our area, according to the Christian community.
We are willing to provide them with an alternative meeting location.
The Christian community applied with the High Court, which ordered the
gathering on the ground to be stopped, and the Deputy Commissioner
refused to allow the meeting while we await instructions.
That activity is carried out in compliance with the law.
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