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Azadi March: Imran Khan to lead procession into Islamabad's Red Zone

Tuesday, 19 August 2014 - 2:30pm IST | Agency: ANI

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said that he will lead the Azadi march into Islamabad's 'Red Zone' after the expiration of his deadline on Tuesday.

Addressing the protestors, Imran said that he would lead the march to the Red Zone, adding that the police will have to decide whether they will fire at him or not. He warned that if the Gullu Butts raised arms against workers, they would have no place to hide.

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Imran urged the party workers to follow him and said that if something happened, he would take the first bullet. He also asked his party workers to stay peaceful and pleaded to the Islamabad police not to engage in violence tomorrow. The PTI leader told his supporters that he had received a threatening message that the government may put him under house arrest. 

Imran warned the government against placing him under house arrest, saying that it would be a big mistake on their part, the report added.

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