Highlights

  • Azadi March entered Islamabad Thursday morning
  • Pakistan government deployed Army to safeguard key areas
  • Imran Khan demanding fresh polls

Latest news

India at 75: UK government announces 75 fully-funded scholarships for Indians

India at 75: UK government announces 75 fully-funded scholarships for Indians

'Recce of my shop, image circulated on groups': murdered tailor's complaint to police

'Recce of my shop, image circulated on groups': murdered tailor's complaint to police

'Won't allow Talibanisation': prominent Muslim voices condemn Udaipur man's killing

'Won't allow Talibanisation': prominent Muslim voices condemn Udaipur man's killing

India Vs England: Relive how Virat Kohli's men took 2-1 lead in 2021

India Vs England: Relive how Virat Kohli's men took 2-1 lead in 2021

To win against Thackeray, ex-CM Fadnavis calls up the rebel Thackeray

To win against Thackeray, ex-CM Fadnavis calls up the rebel Thackeray

Pakistan's Azadi March enters Islamabad, turns city into battlefield; Imran Khan demands fresh polls

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf workers and police clash in several cities of Pakistan during Azadi March; Imran Khan calls for fresh elections to be held

The Shehbaz Sharif governmen in the early hours of Thursday called in the army to protect the Red Zone of Islamabad as Imran Khan's Azadi March entered the capital city of Pakistan.

The army was deployed to protect the government buildings and the Pakistan secretariat.

The Pakistan Supreme Court on Wednesday permitted Imran Khan's party to hold his Azadi march in Islamabad and restrained the government from arresting Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf workers.

WATCH | 'No petrol, cash in Lahore?': Pakistan ex-cricketer slams PM Shehbaz Sharif, Imran Khan

Clashes between PTI workers and the police was also reported in Punjab, Lahore and Karachi, before the march entered the capital.

PTI claimed that the police opened fire on people who had gathered in support of the Azadi march in Lahore.

Just as Imran Khan reached Islamabad, continuous tear gas shelling was reported in the city.

Pakistan's ex-Prime Minister Imran Khan has demanding holding of fresh polls by the Shehbaz Sharif government. Khan warned the government that if the dates for elections are not announced within six days, he will again come to Islamabad.

Up Next

Pakistan's Azadi March enters Islamabad, turns city into battlefield; Imran Khan demands fresh polls

Pakistan's Azadi March enters Islamabad, turns city into battlefield; Imran Khan demands fresh polls

India at 75: UK government announces 75 fully-funded scholarships for Indians

India at 75: UK government announces 75 fully-funded scholarships for Indians

India slams UN Human Rights for comments on action against Teesta Setalvad

India slams UN Human Rights for comments on action against Teesta Setalvad

January 6 hearings: ex-aide paints violent picture of Donald Trump

January 6 hearings: ex-aide paints violent picture of Donald Trump

Springtime bloom on the Red Planet is slightly different than Earth | Watch

Springtime bloom on the Red Planet is slightly different than Earth | Watch

Sleeping pods for Air New Zealand's economy passengers soon| Details here

Sleeping pods for Air New Zealand's economy passengers soon| Details here

More videos

Canada Shootout: 2 gunmen, 6 officers wounded in bank shootout

Canada Shootout: 2 gunmen, 6 officers wounded in bank shootout

China's easing of quarantine period a glimmer towards easing of global isolation?

China's easing of quarantine period a glimmer towards easing of global isolation?

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years for helping Jeffrey Epstein in sex trafficking

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years for helping Jeffrey Epstein in sex trafficking

Pakistan jails 'dead' terrorist to evade FATF 'black list': Lashkar's 26/11 plotter Sajid Mir behind bars

Pakistan jails 'dead' terrorist to evade FATF 'black list': Lashkar's 26/11 plotter Sajid Mir behind bars

Mohammad Zubair arrest: Editors Guild invokes PM Modi G7 joint statement

Mohammad Zubair arrest: Editors Guild invokes PM Modi G7 joint statement

On camera: chlorine tank explosion at Jordan port; 13 dead, over 250 hospitalised

On camera: chlorine tank explosion at Jordan port; 13 dead, over 250 hospitalised

G7, India and 4 other countries pledge to protect free speech 'online and offline'

G7, India and 4 other countries pledge to protect free speech 'online and offline'

At least 46 found dead in back of tractor trailer in Texas

At least 46 found dead in back of tractor trailer in Texas

Instagram and Facebook remove posts offering abortion pills

Instagram and Facebook remove posts offering abortion pills

Did 21 teenagers die due to gas leak in South African nightclub?

Did 21 teenagers die due to gas leak in South African nightclub?

Editorji Technologies Pvt. Ltd. © 2022 All Rights Reserved.