Imran Khan announces to defer sit-in against drone attacks


Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, keeping in view the grave security situation in the country, has announced to postpone a sit-in against drone strikes from November 20 to November 23.
“This is not a cancellation but a postponement in response to the sensitivities of our people and the acute security situation prevailing in the country,” Khan explained, according to the PTI’s Media Cell.
Meanwhile, the PTI and its coalition partners also announced to put off the planned sit-in.
The announcement was made by the Jamaat-e-Islami general secretary and other leaders at a press conference in Peshawar after a consultation meeting of the KP government’s coalition partners.
They announced that the next strategy would be announced within 24 hours. They said that a two-member committee has been formed to contact other parties and convince them to join the sit-in.
“So far, the sit-in against NATO supplies delayed for couple of days and next date will be announced in 24 hours with consultation,” JI General Secretary Shabbir Ahmad Khan told Pakistan Today.


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