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Imran Khan gives assurances about Rawalpindi Test ahead of planned protest march

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The PCB and the UK High Commissioner to Pakistan Imran KhanAt a meeting in Lahore on Tuesday, Pakistan’s council is believed to have ensured that planned political rallies would not interfere with the Rawalpindi experiment between Pakistan and Britain.
The venue for the series opener at Pindi Stadium on December 1st is subject to uncertainty Imran’s political party, Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI), has announced its intention to organize a long protest march to Islamabad with its supporters.
The march, due to pass through Rawalpindi, about 20 kilometers from Islamabad, later this week, was postponed earlier this month. Imran’s assassination attempt In Wazirabad on November 3rd.

Over the weekend, Imran announced that he would join the march in Rawalpindi on Saturday, November 26, from where he would eventually travel to the capital. England is scheduled to leave Abu Dhabi for Islamabad on the same evening.

PCB has a preliminary itinerary in place, with initial testing scheduled in Karachi. However, they reaffirmed their intention to fight Rawalpindi at the weekend.

PCB Chairman Ramiz Rajah and High Commissioner Christian Turner met Imran at his Lahore residence in Zaman Park, where the former Prime Minister is recovering from an injured right leg sustained in an assassination attempt.

Although he is no longer in power, Imran remains one of the most influential figures on Pakistan’s current political scene. The conference itself shows its influence. He has been calling for new general elections since being sacked in April this year, and has bolstered his support base with a series of protest rallies. Security around Imran will be increased as the long march is expected to attract large crowds, he said. Telegraph Last week, he said he expects another assassination attempt on his life.

Imran, Pakistan’s most successful former captain, was a patron of the PCB’s board until his dismissal, citing the timing of his rally and its potential impact on England’s first Test tour in the country, the series. I am keenly aware of Since 2005.

Imran is believed to have assured Ramiz and Turner that the Rawalpindi test was due to start in just over a week and would not be affected by the long march. His Fawad Chaudhry, leader of the PTI and former Minister of Information, said: Tweeted a video of the conference He said the issues of bilateral relations and mutual interests were discussed.

After Rawalpindi, the series travels to Multan (December 9-13) and Karachi (December 17-21) for the final test.

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