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‘Release Imran Khan’ PTI-US chapter begins political struggle ahead of general polls

Protest held outside the U.S. President’s residence in Washington D.C as thousands gathered from parts of USA

New York: Workers and Supporters of Pakistan’s currently beleaguered Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) have yet again begun their political struggle in the U.S. to press the incumbent interim government for the release of their imprisoned leader – the cricketer-turned-politician – Imran Khan, ahead of the general elections.

The protesters have this time chosen the artery just outside the White House – the U.S. President’s residence in Washington D.C. to raise their voices in favor of their leader.

The protest was started with the recitation of the holy Quran.

To participate in this protest, Imran Khan’s workers from New York, New Jersey, Dallas, California and Chicago and other cities left in the form of rallies in cars and reached in front of the White House where this protest turned into a large rally.

The main organizer of this protest and senior leader of PTI America, Junaid Bashir, also known as Jhony Bashir, addressed the audience and said that Imran Khan’s history has been that he has never bowed before and will not bow in the future.

He said seeing IK’s popularity, former US President Trump said to Imran Khan that I wish I was as popular as you.

The participants were very excited, and they chanted slogans for the release of Imran Khan. Pictures of Imran Khan, PTI flags and green crescent flags of Pakistan were seen everywhere during the protest.

Speaking to the participants on this occasion, Junaid Bashir added that Pakistan is a democratic country, but its fruits are not being transferred to the people. There is an obstacle in the way.

Sajjad Burki, the close associate of Imran Khan, who participated in the protest rally, warmed the blood of the participants by raising slogans during his speech.

Later, Sajjad Burki and the PTI workers participating in the rally took an oath that they will never be a part of any kind of conspiracy against the independence and sovereignty of Pakistan.

Not only young boys and girls of PTI participated, but women, men and elderly as well as children also came in large numbers with their parents.

On this occasion, PTI’s senior leader Shehbaz Gill expressed his opinion and said that we are more afraid of our own people than foreigners. Our only crime is that we supported Imran Khan, for which we were declared traitors.

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