ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Wednesday while speaking to his party protestors in Islamabad’s red zone urged every PTI worker to come and attend the protest rally to prove that the party is not a twenty-20 team but can also play test matches, ARY News reported.
- Fazl demands govt to clear Islamabad from protesters
- Nisar terms protests as rebellion against the state
- Chief Justice rubbishes any association with Imran Khan
- Case filed against Imran, Qadri, others under anti-terror law
- Security high alert at airports
- PTV transmissions suspended after protesters break into building
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