RAWALPINDI  - Tens of thousands of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers will reach Islamabad on August 14 after removing all the barricades and hurdles placed by the government on streets and roads.
Insaf Students Federation (ISF) would also hold a rally of 25,000 motorcycles and join their beloved leader's Azadi March . These views were expressed by PTI Punjab Vice President Raja Tariq Mehboob Kiani, MPA Ijaz Khan Jazi, Malik Zia Kausar and ISF leader Zulqarnain while talking to The Nation here on Sunday.
They said that PTI Rawalpindi is all set to storm into Islamabad on August 14 and welcome party chief Imran Khan. "We have chalked out a comprehensive plan to remove the barricades, containers and other hurdles placed by the government to stop the marchers," they said, adding that the government has gifted lawlessness, unemployment, price hike, loadshedding and poor health facilities to the masses and has badly failed in materialising the promises made during electioneering. They said that the anger among people is high because of electricity loadshedding and that is why they will join PTI Azadi March to oust the government.
Raja Tariq Mehboob Kiani said that PTI is battling for better future of children because the PML-N is hell-bent to destroy the country. "Imran Khan is a gift of God and people of Pakistan love him. The people will join Azadi March in a large number," Raja added.
"We will reach Islamabad come what may," said PTI MPA Ijaz Khan Jazi. He said that they would try to join Imran in Lahore and if they fail to reach there then they would accord tumultuous welcome to Imran in Islamabad.
Malik Zia Kausar was of view that Imran is the only well wisher of the poor people of Pakistan and he would bring change in the system.
The ISF leaders vowed that a rally of 25,000 motorcycles would be taken out from Rawalpindi on August 14. They said that registration of participants of rally has been completed. "We will bring change in the country by staging a sit-in in Islamabad," they said, adding that the government cannot stop them by using negative tactics.
Thousands of PTI workers vow to participate in Azadi March
Staff Repoter adds from Khyber Agency:  Thousands of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers vowed on Sunday to participate in Azadi March on 14th August in Islamabad. The workers expressed these views in a meeting under the chair of PTI leader Abdur Raziq Shinwari held here on Sunday. Besides PTI workers, office-holders of Insaf Student Federation and PTI Youth Wing were among the participants.
The workers have been asked to finalise their preparations to be part of the march for the better future of their motherland. Arrangements were revised and ultimate plan was shaped for transporting hundreds of thousands of workers to Islamabad. It was decided in the gathering that on the call of Imran Khan the PTI workers will reach Islamabad at every cost.