PTI sit-in in front of Pakistan High Commission in London

London: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers have staged a sit-in in front of the Pakistan High Commission in London.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has filed a petition in the Pakistan High Commission expressing concern over the human rights situation in Pakistan.

The petition mentions Hamad Azhar, Usman Dar and other PTI leaders.

PTI London leader Sahibzada Jahangir said in a statement that the petition would also be handed over to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

He said that police in Pakistan are torturing protesters, unjust arrests are trying to suppress peaceful protesters.

On the other hand, the anti-government long march led by PTI chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan has entered the city of Hassan Abdal in Punjab.

On reaching Hassan Abdal, former Prime Minister Imran Khan while addressing the workers said that our convoy is reaching D-Chowk, police have shelled the peaceful protest, look at the sea of ​​people we are coming to D-Chowk.

Imran Khan in his address said that the sea of ​​people is reaching D-Chowk with me, look at the sea of ​​people, the movement will continue till the election is declared.

He said that the protest will continue till the date of election is taken from the imported government. I am reaching D-Chowk.

Earlier in his statement on Twitter, Imran Khan said that they have entered Punjab, they will move towards Islamabad, insha’Allah, no tactic of repression and fascism by the imported government can scare them and neither is the way of our march. Can’t stop

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