Pakistan Long March: There has been an earthquake in Pakistan’s politics regarding the long march of former Prime Minister Imran Khan. The political atmosphere there has been heated by Imran’s march, while there is also a threat of internal security. In view of this, Pakistan’s Home Minister Rana Sanaullah has warned Imran Khan that if there is a ruckus in Islamabad, the consequences will be bad.
Imran Khan is going to start Hakiki Azadi March. So that pressure can be put on the ruling Shahbaz Sharif’s government. This march will start from Liberty Chowk in Lahore and will reach Islamabad. The government and the army are not liking the same thing. For which the army has been deployed in Islamabad, then the government has also issued guidelines.
— PTI (@PTIofficial) October 28, 2022
What are the government guidelines?
Former Pakistan CM Imran Khan, who is going to take out an alleged non-political march against the Shahbaz Sharif government, has said that his march is apolitical. However, the government does not agree with his point and tone. He has issued a guideline that government employees should not be a part of this march. Along with this, the same guidelines have also been issued to the state governments and the army has been deployed at sensitive places.
‘Won’t break any law’
Former PM Imran said that we will not break any law during the Hakiki March. I have always followed the law and for the last 26 years in politics. We will not enter the Red Zone in Islamabad. We will enter the capital only where we have been asked to go.