Tension gripped parts of the country, as police clashed with PTI workers after authorities tried to block them from proceedings towards the capital, where former prime minister Imran Khan plans to hold a large political rally.
Khan is heading to Islamabad from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with a large caravan to demand the removal of the government and an immediate national election. He vows to hold the “biggest march” in the political history of Pakistan if the government does not agree to his demands. According to the latest update, Khan’s caravan has entered Punjab after supporters removed barricades from the Attock bridge.
Taking to his Twitter handle, Khan confirmed: “We have entered Punjab and will InshaAllah be heading towards Islamabad.”
“No amount of state oppression and fascism by this imported govt can stop or deter our march.”
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Taking notice of the situation, the Supreme Court…