By elections: Imran Khan’s party to hold Peshawar jalsa tomorrow

Peshawar jalsa

PESHAWAR: The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will be holding a public jalsa in the provincial capital on Tuesday (tomorrow) in the connection of by election on NA-31, scheduled to  be held on September 25.

PTI Chief Imran Khan, who is contesting the by election, will address the rally.

In a video message on Monday evening, former prime minister requested everyone in Peshawar to attend the jalsa.

“I invite the citizens of Peshawar to attend the jalsa tomorrow at Ring Road,” he said, expressing hope that the public will attend it.“

Imran said he will discuss the current situation of the country during the jalsa and apprise the people of what actually is going on.

Earlier, in a tweet, the ex-premier blamed the imported government to take the censorship of media and journalists to fascistic levels.

He termed it unacceptable for media houses to blackout the largest and most popular national political party from the mainstream media.

The armed forces and the coalition government fired a broadside at the PTI chief for his comments about the senior leadership of the military. Imran had stated that former president Asif Zardari and deposed PM Nawaz Sharif were planning to appoint an army chief of their own choice.

 

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