Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairperson Imran Khan said that he has witnessed a “revolution” taking over the country, as he continued his long march for the fourth day on Monday.
Taking to his official Twitter handle in the early hours of the day, the deposed premier questioned if the “revolution” which had been going on for “six months” would be a “soft one through the ballot box or a destructive one through bloodshed”.
The sea of people along our March on the GT Road. For 6 months I have been witnessing a revolution taking over the country. Only question is will it be a soft one through the ballot box or a destructive one through bloodshed? pic.twitter.com/CeVdRVp9ON
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) October 31, 2022
His remarks came as the party and its supporters continued walking towards the federal capital from Kamoke, demanding immediate elections.
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According to the PTI, since the vote of no-confidence against him, Imran has won 29 out of 37 seats in by-elections “which is more than a 3/4 majority”.
Since Vote of No Confidence motion, Imran Khan has won 29 out of 37 seats where by-elections were held. That’s more than 3/4 majority. If you count the few rigged seats, it has been a clean sweep. Awaam has totally rejected the regime change operation! #حقیقی_آزادی_لانگ_مارچ
— PTI (@PTIofficial) October 30, 2022
“Awaam (populace) has totally rejected the regime change operation!” the former ruling party declared after Imran won the National Assembly constituency NA-45 Kurram on Sunday, with a significant margin against his rival, JUI-F’s Jamil Khan, who was backed by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM).
During its third day, the PTI’s Haqeeqi Azadi march was called off for one day after a reporter died in a container accident near Sadhoke. Party leader Asad Umar had announced that the march will resume from Kamoke today.