LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has compared his ‘struggle for real freedom’ to the political challenges faced by the chief of Awami Muslim League, late Sheikh Mujibur Rehman. While addressing the public gathering in Gujrat, he said that a shrewd politician denied accepting the mandate of Awami League, which resulted in the separation of East Pakistan.
He went on to claim that PTI, like Awami League, was the sole and largest federal party. Khan pointed out that Rehman had won the 1970 general elections, but the army and Awami League collided because of a clever politician.
He added that currently Nawaz and Zardari were trying to do the same and blocking PTI’s route to success by conspiring with the establishment. Khan claimed that he would defeat Sharif in his constituency and also bring ‘Haqeeqi Azadi’ to Sindh.
Meanwhile, the schedule of Haqeeqi Azadi March is delayed. According to PTI leader Asad Umar, the march will reach Islamabad on November 10, 2022. Earlier, the march was supposed to enter Islamabad on November 4, 2022.