PTI leaders expect historic public meeting tomorrow in Lahore

Published August 12, 2022
<p>Prime Minister Imran Khan addresses a gathering in this file photo. — Photo courtesy: Facebook</p>

Prime Minister Imran Khan addresses a gathering in this file photo. — Photo courtesy: Facebook

LAHORE: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leaders on Thursday held detailed meetings to chalk out plans for holding Jashan-i-Azadi and public meeting at the National Hockey Stadium on Saturday (tomorrow).

PTI chairman Imran Khan will unveil party’s future strategy at the event.

Speaking to media persons at the hockey stadium, PTI central Punjab information secretary Andleeb Abbas and senior leader Iftikhar Durrani said a historic public meeting and Jashan-i-Azadi event would be held at the stadium. They said the hockey stadium was Asia’s biggest stadium which could accommodate thousands of people.

Andleeb Abbas said PTI chief Imran Khan would deliver his historic address at the public meeting and unveil future strategy of the party to materialise the dream of “real independence”. She said the masses would come in droves to attend the PTI public meeting and listen to their leader who was fighting for the Muslim Ummah.

She said Imran Khan also fought against the corrupt mafia, looters and turncoats and defeated them all.

“The negative propaganda launched against the PTI and its leaders will have no impact as the masses know the truth about Imran Khan and the ‘imported rulers’,” she said.

Published in Dawn, August 12th, 2022

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