Initial difficulties with the PTI long march in Faizabad were resolved

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf was later allowed the march under certain conditions . The former PM was shot in the leg on November 3, six days into his demonstration march .

Faizabad, Pakistan (Pakistan) – ARY News reported on November 25 that local authorities prevented participants at the long march of the Iman-Khan led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf from setting up a stage for a sit-in, stating that the move came as a result of the former Prime Minister's call to his followers to join the long march, according to the ARY News, adding that the PTI was later allowed the march under certain conditions In an identical fashion, the PTI chief was urged not to drive a vehicle with a sunroof before, after, or even during the public viewing.In a video message a few days earlier, the PTI chief urged the entire nation to participate in the long march because it would send out a warning that Pakistanis will not sit till freedom is achieved.A petition for a resolution to stop the long march was submitted in the Supreme Court.However, the petition filed by Senator Kamran Murtaza of Ulema-e-Islam Pakistan was dismissed.

The former prime minister was shot in the leg on November 3, six days into his demonstration march.Major General Faisal Naseer, a senior army officer, was later charged with being behind the attempted murder of his son.

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