PTI cancels Islamabad Jalsa scheduled for today

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By Sana Kahn

Islamabad (Pakistan News) PTI Chairman Barrister Gohar Ali Khan announced the postponement of today’s Jalsa in Tarnul islamabad, stating that the Jalsa will now be held after Ashura.

During a press conference, Barrister Gauhar said that the PTI has filed a petition in the High Court today, and the political committee has decided to postpone the rally.

Umar Ayub mentioned that the Islamabad administration had granted permission for today’s rally, but last night the police came and sealed the rally area, removing the equipment despite court orders.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur commented that the government is on crutches and lacks a mandate. He emphasized that the Apex Committee discussed stability, not operations, and called for the withdrawal of fake cases before negotiations can proceed.

Ali Amin Gandapur reiterated that Imran Khan is ready for negotiations, highlighting the significant challenges facing the country beyond party differences. He also mentioned that if Imran Khan goes on a hunger strike, every supporter will join him, and that PTI will participate in the All Parties Conference.


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