PTI releases schedule for Imran Khan’s 2018 election campaign
Continuing his nationwide election campaign, Khan will head to Sargodha on July 2 to address a rally of his supporters before flying to Karachi on a two-day trip from July 3 and 4.
The next day (July 5), he will hold rallies in Swabi and Charsadda and from there he will go to Swat.
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As per the schedule, the cricketer-turned-politician will be traveling to Gujrat and Jhelum on July 7 to hold two back-to-back rallies. On July 8, he will head to Abbottabad and Haripur and address public meetings.
Khan will also make a two-day trip to interior Sindh from July 9 to 10 before moving to Rahim Yar Khan a day later.
On July 12, he is scheduled to address his supporters in Gujranwala and Kasur. He will travel to Rawalpindi for his party’s campaign for a day.
Khan, as per the list, will head to Peshawar and Mardan districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, where he will address two rallies on July 14. From there, he will travel to Sialkot and Faisalabad on July 15 and then to Mianwali and Bannu on July 16.
A day later, he will travel to Karachi and spend a day in the city.
The last rally will take place in Islamabad on July 23 where Imran Khan will wrap up his busy election campaign.
Pakistan will hold the next general election on July 25.
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