Before the PTI march, Pakistan's interior minister chairs a meeting to discuss security.

Interior Ministry warned PTI leaders that there was a danger of suicide or bomb attacks on the long march . Interior Affairs warned the government that there is a good chance of an attack during the march .

Rana, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's inspector general, police chief, police commissioner, and Minister of Interior Affairs Abdul Rehman Kanjo attended a meeting on November 25 to assess the law-and-order situation before the lomng march at the garrinson city of Rawalpindi, according to ARY News.During the meeting, Sanaullah urged the government to assist and defend against any errors during the PTI's long march According to ARY News, the interior ministry warned PTI leaders that there was a danger of suicide or bomb attacks on the long march, and this news was shared in a letter sent to PTI secretary general Asad Umar, stating that there is a good chance of an attack during the long march and that the danger was categorized on the basis of information from reliable sources.The letter also detailed the suspected assassination attempt on PTI chief Imran Khan in Wazirabad on November 22.A sessions court also dismissed a petition accusing PTI chief Imran Khan of defaming the army.

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