RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan landed in Rawalpindi as the party’s power show begins ‘soundly’ on Saturday.
The long march has started with the speeches of the PTI leaders including Fawad Chaudry and AML leader Sheikh Rashid.
Earlier, the former premier said he is desperate to join the PTI’s long march as he has no more fear of life.
“I am facing life threat since the day I joined politics. I am going to Rawalpindi to send message to the concerned that the nation is now awake and let them free,” he said during an interview to a Britain-based media outlet.
Imran Khan said his wife came to know about gun attack on him through media. “She assumed I am well, but actually I received three bullets. It was almost impossible to survive in the assassination attempt, but fortunately I escaped life attempt.”