Despite the threat, Imran will hold the rally.
Ex-Pak PM will speak to supporters in Rawalpindi Despite the threat, Imran will hold the rally. Preparations for a massive rally planned by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party on Saturday were underway on Friday, despite the government’s warning that its chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan should not address the protest march due to a threat to his life. On Saturday, he will address his supporters in Rawalpindi after attack recovering from bullet wounds sustained during an assassination attempt on November 3.
He has stated that his PTI party’s protest in Rawalpindi, demanding new general elections, will be entirely peaceful. While speaking at a press conference, Interior Minister Rana Sanullah warned Khan that his life was in danger and asked him to postpone his planned rally. There is no reason for the rally, and he should not attend because there is a threat to his life, Sanaullah told the media after presiding over a meeting of senior police and other officials during which he discussed the issue of rally security.
Ex-Pak PM Imran Khan says “I reviewed a meeting and all intelligence agencies have alerted me that any terrorist outfit can take advantage of this march. There is a threat to Imran himself,”
He said that the government had sent him a letter.Umar, explaining the situation threats to the PTI’s long march in Rawalpindi.