Sun News Desk: Imran Khan, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, is going to start the long march towards the capital Islamabad again. This was stated in a report of Al-Jazeera.

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He said, this journey will start from Tuesday (November 8). Earlier, the activities of the long march were suspended due to the attack on him.

On Sunday (November 6), Imran Khan came live through social media to talk about this from a hospital in the Lahr plateau. He was shot twice in the leg in that attack.

The former prime minister said that the long march will begin on Tuesday from Wazirabad. Earlier, Imran Khan was attacked there. He and 11 others were shot.

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Imran Khan said that he will not join the long march even if it starts. But he will join when it reaches Rawalpindi.

Meanwhile, Imran welcomed the steps taken by Pakistan’s current Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif regarding the attack.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has requested Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial to form a full court commission to investigate the attack on Imran Khan during the long march demanding early elections.

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He made this call in a press conference on Saturday (November 5). He also said that if the allegations against him are proved, he will leave politics.

Earlier, Imran was shot dead during a rally in Wazirabad on November 3. An assailant opened fire from an AK-47 assault rifle targeting Imran Khan around evening local time during the rally. Another assailant fired a pistol at Imran.

The assailant, who was preparing to attack with a pistol, was caught by a young man in his thirties during the attack. The PTIE chairman could have been killed if he had not acted on time.

3 to 4 bullets fired from the AK 47 gun of the assailant hit Imran Khan’s leg. Soon after the attack, he was taken to Shaukat Khanam Hospital in Lahore for treatment. The doctors said that Imran Khan is currently out of danger.

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Incidentally, Imran Khan’s party PTI has started ‘Haqiki Azadi’ movement to demand early elections. The long march started from Lahore to the capital Islamabad from October 28. ‘Captain’ Imran Khan is leading the long march which started with lakhs of supporters. Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has started its long march from Lahore since October 28. This long march is heading towards the capital Islamabad. The long march is scheduled to reach Gujranwala in Punjab on Monday. PTI leaders and workers from different provinces of Pakistan have announced to join this ongoing long march.

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