Pakistan

ISLAMABAD – Awami Muslim League (AML) Chief Sheikh Rashid on Thursday said the November 2 protest will take place as planned despite Islamabad High Court’s (IHC) order against it.

Replying to a question regarding Section-144 imposed today in the federal capital, the charged AML leader said he will tear apart Section-144 into 144 pieces, daring the government, “Do whatever you can to stop.”

Reiterating PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s words, Sheikh Rashid said even Rawalpindi will be locked down on November 2nd.

“We will not flinch back or back off regardless whatever the government does to stop us,” he reiterated his resolve.

“I will write on Panama Leaks, if I am jailed,” he noted.

Sheikh Rashid said he will have no regard now for Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif as they have raided the residences of his sisters, adding, “I will uncover to them their reality.”