'Life in danger, Yet...,' Imran Khan to address rally in Rawalpindi

Islamabad: Pakistan's former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said that he will address the rally even if there is a threat to his life. Imran Khan has said that I am determined to go to Rawalpindi to address a huge rally scheduled by my party on Saturday. He urged people to reach Rawalpindi for the rally, saying it was a decisive time for the country.

According to the report, Imran Khan Khan is scheduled to address his supporters in Rawalpindi. During this, Imran Khan said that this protest of his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party (PTI) demanding a new general election will be completely peaceful. Former Prime Minister Imran Khan said, "I consider myself very lucky that I am still alive. I want to thank my loved ones because of whom I survived.''

On November 3, Khan was fatally attacked and shot. He is currently undergoing treatment. Imran Khan on Friday said that even after being injured, he is determined to go to Rawalpindi for the sake of the country. He said, 'Tomorrow I am going to Rawalpindi because it is a decisive time for Pakistan. We want to make such a Pakistan which was dreamed of by Quaid-e-Azam (Mohammad Ali Jinnah) and Allama Iqbal.'

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