More trouble for Imran Khan: Anti-Government Azadi March calls for his resignation

“Government should resign before we reach Islamabad. This government does not have any mandate. The mandate can be seen in our March,” the JUI-F chief said

Islamabad: On Wednesday the anti-government Azadi March caravan led by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Fazlur Rehman and joined by other opposition parties in Pakistan will reach Gujranwala city night, a day ahead of its planned culmination in Islamabad.

Around thousands of people, including the madrasa students and religious party workers marching towards the capital, joined by the convoys of PPP, ANP, and other opposition parties. The demonstration is being held in a bid to topple Imran Khan’s government

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