PTI Long March: PTI activists set fire to trees and vehicles in Islamabad.
Several police officers and PTI workers were wounded. source:

PTI Long March:

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf PTI, led by party leader Imran Khan has embarked on a long march towards Islamabad, where clashes erupted between police and protesters in parts of the country as the government tried to stop protesters. In a no-confidence vote last month, Khan pressured a weak new coalition government to hold mass rallies across the country. In addition to blocking roads, police teams continue to raid PTI activist houses. Furthermore, the authorities have also imposed Section 144 in Sindh, Punjab, and Islamabad Capital Territory, banning the assembly of more than four people.

PTI activists reach D-Chowk, set fire to trees and vehicles:

A group of PTI activists has come to Islamabad D-Chowk in front of Parliament, Where the police used tear gas to disperse them. Police summoned the fire brigade, and the fire was shipped in some places, but protesters also set the trees on fire at the Express Chowk, according to Twitter. Furthermore, Islamabad police, in a statement, said “protesters in a long march” burned trees and cars in the Blue Area. Security is tight in the red zone. Meanwhile, PTI workers complained that an explosion of tear gas caused the fire. Other reports say that PTI workers used fires to quell the tear gas.

Imran Khan says after the SC decision, he will reach out to D-Chowk:

Imran Khan said that following the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, there would be no obstacles in the way of PTI activists, and everyone should try to reach Islamabad. Meanwhile, speaking before sunset, he said he would arrive at D-Chowk in an hour or so. Earlier, the high court allowed the PTI to hold a meeting in the H-9 sector to ensure the party did not create a legal and orderly state.

Imran Khan entered the Punjab:

At around 7 pm on Wednesday, PTI chief Imran Khan said a series of factions he led crossed Punjab from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The former prime minister posted a drone video showing PTI marchers on the Peshawar Islamabad motorway on Twitter. Standing in his truck, Imran Khan hoisted a large national flag.

SAMAA TV journalists attacked in Karachi:

SAMAA TV journalists, including reporter Zamzam Saeed, were attacked by protesters during a PTI protest near Numaish Chowrangi in Karachi. However, protesters pelted stones at the SAMAA TV van, injuring Zamzam Saeed and cameraman Imran. The TV is left broken. However, Zamzam and the photographer had to take refuge in a DSNG van of another television station as they were fleeing for their lives. Moreover, a female journalist from a different television station was also beaten by protesters.

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