Imran Khan to hold public gathering in Mianwali on Friday to boost people before Islamabad long March


The Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister Imran Khan will hold a public gathering in Mianwali on Friday (May 6) to kick off his campaign for “real freedom”.

According to details, this has been announced by the PTI Chairman Imran Khan himself in a video message on PTI’s social media accounts. He said that he will be addressing the gathering in Mianwali just before Maghrib prayers on Friday.

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On the occasion, Imran Khan has said that the Mianwali public gathering is part of the movement he has begun to rid the country of the “imported” government and “most corrupt” people. He said that he is coming to the people of Mianwali to give a boost to them before he gives the call for a long march to Islamabad.

The PTI leader has said that he is starting with those people who made him win his first seat of the national assembly. He asked the residents of the area to show up in large numbers so that the rest of Pakistan gets the message that “Mianwali is standing” with him. He claimed that the people of Mianwali were ready to support him when he gives the call to come to Islamabad this month.

It is to be noted here that Imran Khan had told his followers in a public gathering on April 22 in Lahore to gear up to start a campaign for “actual independence” and wait for his call to Islamabad.