PTI's long march resumes from Lala Musa

PTI's long march resumes from Lala Musa

Lahore (Web Desk): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's (PTI) long march to Islamabad resumed from Lala Musa on Saturday.

In a tweet on Saturday, PTI vice chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi wrote “Salute to the passion and spirit of the people of Gujarat.

“I firmly believe that not only our Haqeeqi Azadi movement will be successful but very soon Imran Khan will once again be the Prime Minister of Pakistan,” he said.

Qureshi wrote, “Next stop: Lala Musa.”

Meanwhile, PTI's Secretary General Asad Umar has said the “Haqeeqi Azadi” is not just former prime minister Imran Khan’s “war” and that the “people of the country are also an equal part of it.”

Addressing a rally in Jhang, the former minister urged the supporters of the PTI to stand by their party chief  during the current struggle.

Earlier, PTI leader Musarrat Cheema also tweeted that the party's long march will resume from its last stop in Lala Musa today.

On Friday, PTI Chairman Imran Khan addressed the participants of his party's long march in Gujrat via video link from Lahore.

The former prime minister said that the on the nation should participate in the PTI's long march for future generations.

“If we act like cattle, then God will let us remain like this,” Khan said, urging the nation to fight for their freedom and their rights.

He said that nations seldom had the chance to change their fate but said that now was the time for Pakistan.

The PTI long march resumed on Thursday, a week after the assassination attempt on Imran Khan that had earlier brought the march to a halt.

The first continued from Wazirabad, the site of the attack on Imran, and was led by PTI Vice Chairperson Shah Mehmood Qureshi. The second rally departed from Toba Tek Singh a day later, led by Asad Umar.

PTI's Azadi March” halted on November 3 in Wazirabad after Imran Khan and several party members were injured while a party activist was killed in firing incident at former premier's container.

PTI Senator Faisal Javed, party leaders Umar Dar and Ahmed Chattah, were also among the people injured in the incident while a citizen, identified as 42-year-old Moazzam, died on the spot.