Imran visits residence of PTI activist who died during long march

Akhunzada Fazle Haq

Former prime minister Imran Khan on Friday visited the residence of a PTI activist Syed Ahmed in Mardan who died during the party’s long march.

The PTI chairman went to Mardan along with Chief Minister Mahmood Khan and senior minister Atif Khan in a helicopter and condoled with the family of Syed Ahmed over his death during long march.

Speaking on the occasion, Imran Khan said Syed Ahmed Jan was the martyr of the Azadi March and the religion gives the highest rank to the martyrs. “Sacrifices of activists like Syed Ahmed Jan pave way for a real independence and we will not allow anyone to forget this sacrifice,” he said.

He further announced the party will not leave the relatives of Syed Ahmed alone and will provide every assistance to his children and family.

It is pertinent to mention here that another Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) worker died dead after falling from a bridge amid a PTI rally.


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