PTI leaders leaves for Lahore

August 9, 2014 Off By Web Desk

Ahmedpur East: Activists of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) headed by party district vice president Munir Malik advocate and tehsil president Abdul Basit Shikrani on Sunday left for Lahore to join PTI Azadi March to be held in Islamabad.

District Vice President PTI Munir Malik advocate informed newsmen that PTI leadership had directed party workers to arrive Lahore on August 11. Meanwhile, local PTI leaders Munir Malik advocate, Abdul Basit Shikrani, Iqbal Danish, Sajid Siraj Jalwana and others have severely criticized Punjab government for blocking the national highway at different places in South Punjab, which had created hardships to local PTI leadership to mobilize its activists.

PTI leaders expressed their full confidence in the leadership of PTI Chairman Imran Khan and claimed that days of PML-N government were numbered. They said that Azadi March would change the destiny of the masses.

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