PTI announces a public event for August 14 in Islamabad.

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf has announced that a public gathering in Islamabad will be held on August 14 . The party passed a one-month deadline to host general elections in the region .

Islamabad (Pakistan), August 6: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf has announced that a public gathering in Islamabad will be held on August 14, a day after the party passed a one-month deadline to host general elections in the region, according to local media.According to ARY News, the PTI has been urged to raise the stakes against the reformed government by demanding that early elections have been held in Pakistan on August 14 to mark Independence Day.The party held a long Azadi March on July 25, towards Islamabad, which met with a lot of resistance from the federal government, led by PML-N, from entering the capital.It stayed successful in the capital, only to be cancelled by PTI Chairman Imran Khan, who claimed that he cancelled it to avoid conflict and reported that he would return to the capital again.

Imran Khan challenged Shehbaz Sharif's government to win the next elections in Pakistan.It was unattainable for the new coalition government to win the next election, according to Imran Khan, who said that his party would hold demonstrations against Pakistan's imported government until the announcement of fresh elections, and that demonstrations will continue until the election date, according to ARY News.The present administration has exacerbated inflation, which is affecting the poor, he said.