Imran Khan's freedom march turned violent, metro station burnt, army landed in Islamabad

Islamabad: After the change of power in Pakistan, now the situation seems to be getting worse instead of improving. Imran Khan has entered Islamabad with his supporters demanding elections. To stop this freedom march of Imran Khan, the Pakistani government has deployed the army in the Red Zone.


Reports of clashes between protesters and security personnel are also coming in the media. Imran's supporters have also set fire to a metro station there. PTI party leader Fawad Chaudhry says that Imran Khan will address his supporters at Centaurus bridge. Imran's convoy had left from Swabi Wali and would reach D-Chowk via Srinagar Highway (in Pakistan). Some of his party workers are already present at D-Chowk, who are continuously firing tear gas to remove them.

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan with his supporters marching towards D-Chowk. At present, in the order issued by the government, it has been said that their priority is to protect government buildings. Shahbaz Sharif's government says that Imran's supporters can target the Supreme Court, Parliament House, PM residence, Presidency, Pakistan Secretariat and diplomatic enclave.

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