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Pakistani police sued tear gas as thousands of Imran Khan supporters oppose the ban on the “Long March”

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Pakistani police sued tear gas as thousands of Imran Khan supporters oppose the ban on the “Long March”

Pakistani police sued tear gas as thousands of Imran Khan supporters oppose the ban on the “Long March”

Imran Khan, who was expelled from power last month, called for a large sit-in protest in Islamabad and demanded an immediate election in Pakistan.Former Prime … 25.05.2022, Sputnik International

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Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has fought a massive clash between police and demonstrators across the country against the restrictions imposed by the government to prevent thousands of his supporters from moving. Due to the cause, we are planning a long march in Islamabad. Imran Khan has announced that Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supporters will not leave the protest site “until the date of the dissolution of parliament and elections is announced.” The first of more than 20 clashes at Lahore, home of Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif, after Punjab police accused PTI workers of having weapons in their vehicles on the day the party began its “Azadi (freedom) march.” Occurred. Use excavators and other equipment to remove dozens of police-deployed shipping containers, trucks, and other obstacles, block roads and highways in major cities, and between law enforcement agencies and demonstrators. Caused a collision. Social media posts show that as a PTI worker, urban tensions are rising. He clashed with police and labeled the procession undemocratic, opposed to the restrictions imposed by the federal government. A video shared by PTI showed a large tear gas bombardment by law enforcement to disperse protesters who had gathered in several places for a long march. Police accused demonstrators of throwing stones and throwing tear gas shells back at law enforcement officers. In response to the government’s decision to ban protests, PTI chief and former Prime Minister Imran Khan urged supporters to remove the barricades and embark on a march. “This is a decisive moment for Pakistan,” the former Prime Minister said in a video message recorded before leaving for Islamabad from his hometown of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Federal government reserves anti-riot forces, anti-terrorism forces, and police to maintain law and order in Islamabad Wednesday, the Pakistani Supreme Court gives Islamabad police an alternative site for PTI to march for a long time. On Tuesday, when instructed to provide, the Shebaz Sharif Cabinet decided to ban the march and labeled it anti-democratic and predatory. The king who spreads “confusion and confusion”. Kahn holds large public rallies in various cities, labeling his successor, Shabaz Sharif, as “a traitor and a fall.” He also claimed that the Sharif administration was imposed at Washington’s request, which was denied by both.

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Imran Khan, who was expelled from power last month, called for a large sit-in protest in Islamabad and demanded an immediate election in Pakistan. The former Prime Minister alleged that Washington had collusioned to remove him from power in pursuit of an independent foreign policy.

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has fought a massive clash between police and demonstrators across the country against the restrictions imposed by the government to prevent thousands of his supporters from moving. Due to the cause, we are planning a long march in Islamabad.

Imran Khan has announced that Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supporters will not leave the protest site “until the date of the dissolution of parliament and elections is announced.”

The first case of more than 20 clashes occurred in Lahore, home of Prime Minister Shabaz Sharif, after Punjab police accused PTI workers of having weapons in their vehicles on the day the party was launched.Azadi (Free) March “.

Protesters used excavators and other equipment to remove dozens of police-deployed shipping containers, trucks, and other obstacles, block roads and highways in major cities, and with law enforcement agencies. Caused a clash between the demonstrators.

Social media posts are increasing tensions in the city as PTI workers clashed with police while labeling the march as undemocratic, opposed to restrictions imposed by the federal government. Is shown.

A video shared by PTI showed a large tear gas bombardment by law enforcement to disperse protesters who had gathered in several places for the Long March.

Police accused the demonstrators of throwing stones and throwing tear gas bullets back at law enforcement officers.

In response to the government’s decision to ban opposition, the PTI chief and former prime minister Imran Khan He advised his supporters to remove the barricades to embark on their march for “true freedom” to Islamabad.

“This is a decisive moment for Pakistan,” the former Prime Minister said in a video message recorded before leaving for Islamabad from his hometown of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

The federal government has deployed thousands of police, including anti-riot forces, anti-terrorism forces, and police reserves, to maintain Islamabad’s law and order.

on Wednesday, Pakistan Supreme Court Police in Islamabad have been instructed by PTI to provide an alternative site for long marches.

A court order also frees about 400 PTI supporters from police detention.

On Tuesday, the Shehbaz Sharif Cabinet decided to ban the march, labeling it anti-democratic and aiming to spread “confusion and turmoil.”

Kahn holds large public rallies in various cities and labels his successor, Shebaz Sharif, as “a traitor and a fall.” He also claimed that the Sharif administration was imposed at Washington’s request, which was denied by both.

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