Pakistan Tehreek-E-Insaf’s “Reluctant Revolutionaries”
The rifts between government and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leaders have deepen enough as next 72 hours are highly important for the final round of opposition Party PTI against government on 2nd November.
PTI leaders have to turn out significant and reluctant revolutionaries for final showdown.
The Political atmosphere fully charged with both government and PTI’s strategies although the arm twisting tactics of government pushing strong resistance to halt the widespread lockdown of Pakistan’s capital.
Next three days are much important for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf as government vows to put strong resistance to disable PTI for lock down of Pakistan’s capital city Islamabad.
Obeying Kaptaan’s orders, PTI leaders have to mark their attendance at PTI Chairman Imran Khan residence for the strong enough strategy for wild lockdown of Islamabad on 2nd November although Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s tiger already have bother the stringent tactics of Police and FC but PTI “Kaptaan’s squad” have to turn out some reluctant revolutionaries.
One may have to face massive violence not only the particular day of 2nd November but it has been started for few days whatever the result will come, PTI leader are extremely confident about the final showdown. It is believed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf will turn down government by their wild protest.
Countries Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has locked final decision for to handle situation by Police and FC cops that have raised the question mark on democratic government.
In a democratic country every person has its right to protest against government but Prime Minister’s oath is to restrict opposition.
Police Cops deployed on Lahore, Islamabad and other cities entrance and existence paths, ordered to check the PTI’s party leader’s vehicle and government also ordered to sent them on anonymous place.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has to appear in court for locking down capital but the recent decision came out after Court ordered to close PTI’s protest in a ground.