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Sadaf Naeem’s , PTI suspends all operations until tomorrow following the death of a TV reporter during the long march

Sadaf Naeem’s , PTI suspends all operations until tomorrow following the death of a TV reporter during the long march

PTI suspends all operations until tomorrow following the death of a TV reporter during the long march

Sadaf Naeem’s , PTI suspends all operations until tomorrow following the death of a TV reporter during the long march

After a reporter lost his life on Sunday during the PTI’s lengthy march at Sadhoke, the party suspended all of its activities in show of support.

Asad Umar, the PTI leader, announced in a tweet that the march will now start in Kamoke tomorrow (Monday).

PTI Chairman Imran Khan expressed his sorrow on the passing of Channel 5 reporter Sadaf Naeem by saying he has “no words to explain” it.

Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister, too expressed sorrow over Sadaf Naeem’s passing, stating he was “very grieved” by the situation. Sharif expressed his sympathies to Sadaf’s family and lauded her as a “dynamic and diligent reporter”.

Another terrible occurrence occurred on Sunday when a police officer assigned to Muridke during the PTI long march passed away from heart arrest, according to the Punjab police.

The Sheikhpura police official said that constable Liaquat Ali passed away from a heart attack while he was working as a driver during the PTI march. The statement also stated that Ali was a resident of Sheikhupura’s Khanqah Dogran neighbourhood and was the father of three sons and a girl.

The third day of the PTI long march had earlier started in the Muridke area of Sheikhupura, as a motorised caravan of the previous ruling party travelled to several locations in Punjab, the province with the most population.

PTI Chairman Imran Khan will address the crowd as the marchers make their way to Gujranwala after passing through Muridke, Sadhoki, Kamoki, and Morr Aiman Abad today. The PTI Haqeeqi Azadi march will culminate near Ferozwala on Saturday.

Meanwhile, strict procedures were taken to ensure the safety of those taking part in the long march.

The absence of PTI Chief from Long March 2.0 feeds rumours

It was rumoured that the ousted prime minister departed the long march on Saturday after sundown to go to an important meeting in the province capital.

Later, Khan dispelled speculations in a tweet by saying that he had actually returned to Lahore because they had already made the decision not to travel at night. The rebellious politician also had his supporters swear allegiance to the Constitution.

Ali Amin Gandapur of PTI may be heard discussing bringing weapons and manpower for the march in an audio call recording that security chief Rana Sanaullah earlier “revealed.”

According to the interior minister, the PTI leader intends to incite violence rather than organise a demonstration and believes that the former prime minister wants to plunge Pakistan into anarchy.

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