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World News | Faizabad’s PTI march cleared after initial hiccups

World News | Faizabad’s PTI march cleared after initial hiccups

Faizabad [Pakistan] November 25 (ANI): The Faizabad local government prevented participants in the Iman Khan-led Pakistan Justice Movement Long March from setting up a sit-in stage, ARY News reported, adding that the moves came during the former PM’s call to his followers. A large number of people joined the Long March.

However, the Islamabad Capital Territory later approved the PTI to hold the march, ARY News reported, adding that the Islamabad Capital Territory allowed the march subject to some conditions that Imran Khan and his followers must abide by.

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The ARY report further said the condition for allowing the march was that Faizabad would be vacated by protesters on the night of November 26 before the English cricket team would arrive in Pakistan for a series of tests.

Likewise, PTI heads are asked not to use vehicles with sunroofs before, after or even during public gatherings. The former prime minister was also instructed to follow a designated route.

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In an earlier video message, the PTI chief urged the nation to join the long march as it would send a message that Pakistanis will not remain silent until “freedom” is achieved.

Previously, a request had been made to the Supreme Court seeking directions to stop the Long March. However, a petition filed by Pakistan Islamic League senator Kamran Murtaza was dismissed. While the Islamabad regional government issued a no-objection certificate for the gathering to hear Imran’s message via video link, it came with 35 conditions that, if violated, would incur legal consequences.

The former prime minister was shot in the leg on Nov. 3, six days into his protest march. He later accused a senior military officer, Major General Faisal Nasser, of being behind the “attempted murder”. (Arnie)

(This is an unedited and auto-generated story from a Syndicated News feed, the content body may not have been modified or edited by LatestLY staff)

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