He maintained that it is a battle for the future of our nation and urged the people to come out of their homes to rewrite the history of Pakistan. In view of the rush on the streets, he urged citizens to leave early so that they can reach their destination on time.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that foreign powers were involved in the conspiracy to send his government packing through a no-confidence motion tabled by the opposition parties.
The former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader and Memeber National Assembly said in a message on social media networking site Twitter, “After a while will release my last statement regarding the filthy fiasco from the land of Pakistan and then leave forever.”
Imaan Mazarai said "male police have beaten and taken my mother away and I have been told that anti corruption wing of Lahore has arrested her.” Footage on local Geo TV showed female police officers detaining Mazari.
The ban was announced by Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah at a news briefing hours after a policeman was shot and killed in Lahore during a crackdown on Imran's supporters across the country.
The Pakistani leader of Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was found unconscious at his home in Khudad settlement and transferred to a private hospital in critical condition.
According to Mazari, Hamza received 179 votes whereas Elahi garnered 176 votes, but only after 10 votes of Elahi’s own party were not counted, which turned the tables in Hamza’s favour.