Newstoday: Imran Khan, Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), delivered a video message addressing the November 26 Long March.
In this communication, he instructed the workers to meet him in Rawalpindi on Saturday.
The former prime minister said, "I am coming for you in this condition, and I want everyone to join in the true Azadi March in Rawalpindi."
Imran Khan stated that the country would not be silent till we were fully free.
He said that when there is justice, there is genuine freedom; when there is justice, rights are granted, and the nation prospers.
Imran Khan will resume his long march from Rawalpindi, continuing with the same freedom. On November 3, Khan was shot three times, injuring nine other individuals and killing one. Imran Khan was leading his caravan towards Pakstanc capital Islamabad, which had resumed and would restart with the same zeal.