I am warning the thieves, and handlers, if you think we will wait for September, then don’t be mistaken, they will tell the court that we want elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The upcoming elections were discussed, with Khan stating that if the government does not obey the Supreme Court’s orders, the country will not be able to handle the resulting massive movement on the streets.
Imran Khan, the Chairman of the Tehreek-e-Insaf political party, addressed a rally in Lahore on May Day to discuss the importance of protecting the constitution and the country. He warned those who are violating the constitution that if they continue to do so, the nation will be forced to join him in a “real freedom war.” Khan went on to criticize the current government for not abiding by the Constitution and violating the law. He stated that peaceful protests were necessary due to the economic situation and that the country was on the brink of destruction.
Khan also spoke about the upcoming elections, saying that if the government does not obey the Supreme Court’s orders, the country will not be able to handle the resulting massive movement on the streets. The chairman believes that criminals are running away from elections and that their only goal is to remove him. The Supreme Court has stated that elections will take place in Punjab on May 14, and if the government agrees, they will be held throughout the entire country.
The rally received a great response from Lahore, and Khan stated that its purpose was to fight for the implementation of the law in the country. The workers will only receive their rights if the law is implemented. Participants in the rally included workers on foot, in cars, and on motorcycles. Khan and the rally reached Nasir Bagh with a warm welcome and showering of flowers.
In Rawalpindi, a large number of workers participated in the protest rally. Shah Mehmood Qureshi, who addressed the rally, stated that they were ready for negotiations and elections and that delay tactics would not be tolerated. Fayyazul Hasan Chauhan promised to protect the Supreme Court. The Faizabad Interchange was sealed with containers, and a heavy police force was deployed, causing severe inconvenience to the citizens. The rally in Peshawar was led by Pervez Khattak, the provincial president.
In conclusion, Imran Khan’s rally highlighted the importance of protecting the Constitution and the country. He warned those who are violating the constitution and called for peaceful protests due to the economic situation. The rallies received a great response, and Khan hopes that they will lead to a better future for the country.