Pakistan Facing Economic Crisis Going To Celebrate Kashmir Solidarity Day Know PM Shahbaz Sharif To Imran Khan Program

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Pakistan Facing Economic Crisis Going To Celebrate Kashmir Solidarity Day Know PM Shahbaz Sharif To Imran Khan Program

Kashmir Solidarity Day: Due to paucity of money, poor Pakistan is preparing to celebrate Kashmir Solidarity Day. For this, preparations have been made by Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan. PTI chief Imran Khan has also given instructions to his party workers for this. On the other hand, Shahbaz Sharif has also fixed the programme.

Imran Khan has directed party workers to celebrate Kashmir Solidarity Day on Sunday (05 February) at 12.30 pm outside Zaman Park. So right there, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif will go to Muzaffarabad and address the session of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly. He is going to confirm Pakistan’s stand on the Jammu and Kashmir dispute as well as support to the Kashmiri people.

Jail Bharo movement also instructed

In addition, Imran Khan instructed his workers and supporters to prepare for a ‘Jail Bharo Tehreek’ (Jail Bharo Movement) against the central government for the custodial torture of his party leaders and the delay in announcing new general elections. Do it. The ousted Prime Minister made these comments on Saturday during a televised address from his residence at Zaman Park.

‘Pakistan’s jails do not have that much space…’

A few days earlier, a sedition case was registered against his party’s senior vice-president Fawad Chaudhary and former member of the National Assembly Shandana Gulzar. Imran said, ‘I ask people to get ready and wait for my call of ‘Jail Bharo Tehreek’. There will not be enough space in Pakistani jails to keep all of them.

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