People gathered on the road in support of Imran Khan, shouting slogans – Chowkidar Chor Hai
Islamabad, 11 April. People have come out on the streets in Pakistan after Imran Khan was out of power. Imran Khan’s party Tehreek-e-Insaf took out huge rallies in many cities, during this time people were raising slogans in support of Imran Khan and protesting against the army. Let us tell you that the Imran Khan government failed in the no-confidence motion late on Sunday night, after which Imran Khan had to resign from the post of Prime Minister. People have come out on the road after Imran Khan stepped down from the Prime Minister’s chair. A large number of people who came out to protest on the streets of Pakistan raised the slogan of Chowkidar Chor Hai, shouting slogans against the army.
Rallies were taken out in support of Imran Khan in many cities, including Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Lahore. Earlier, Imran Khan had announced the beginning of the independence movement, he has started this movement against the change of power with foreign power. He said that the people of the country protect their democracy and sovereignty and not run the country using foreigners. Imran Khan said that Pakistan became independent in 1947, but the struggle for independence will start from today, freedom from the influence of foreign power. Imran Khan tweeted and wrote, People will protect the democracy and sovereignty of the country.
In Karachi, a large number of people took to the streets in support of Imran Khan. Whereas PTI supporters started gathering from Zero Point in Islamabad and raised slogans in support of Imran Khan while waving the flag of Pakistan. Traffic on the Srinagar highway was severely disrupted due to this. PTI spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry said that if Imran Khan does not lead this protest then it will be a betrayal of the country and the Constitution. At the same time, Imran Khan said that he has never seen such a large number of people coming on his own in the history of the country. People have taken to the streets against the government formed by a foreign power.