Every time the Long March is practiced or mentioned around the world, the historic and historical Long March of China’s Deng Xiaoping, Zhou Enlai and Chairman Mao Zedong is remembered.
The foundations of today’s modern, advanced, socialist and revolutionary China include the struggle of Mao Zedong’s long march and the blood of thousands of Chinese revolutionaries.
Mao Zedong’s Long Red March against the exploitative and oppressive capitalists and feudal forces has been going on for a year and a half, covering a distance of 10,000 kilometers. 70,000 Chinese people gave their lives on this Long March.
When we compare the Long March of President Imran Khan with the Long March of Deng Xiaoping and Mao Zedong, we feel ashamed and everyone is forced to say that Khan Sahib’s alleged Long March is actually in the name of the Long March. It is just a joke.
Even in their long march, about half a dozen innocent lives were lost, but the loss of human life was only accidental. Not for any purpose, commitment and purpose.
33 days ago, when Khan Sahib’s alleged long march from the Liberty Chowk in Lahore began, even then clouds of decay and hardness of heart could be seen overhead. Even before the trip, he had already recovered.
Gradually, weakness began to grip Khattab Khan Sahib too. After the alleged assassination attack near Wazirabad, Khan Sahib isolated himself anyway. He achieved the four main goals (the end of Shahbaz’s government, his favorite new army chief, a new chief election commissioner, and when early elections will be held). They made the so-called Long March and left for Rawalpindi, not even managing to achieve one of these goals.
Now everyone inside and outside PTI are inquiring what finally got Khan Sahib from such a long walk? The caravan of his supposed long march from Lahore to Rawalpindi seems to have wandered along the road just as thousands of years ago a nation wandered aimlessly in the desert of Tiha.
Exhausted, Khan announced on 19 November that he would meet his workers at Rawalpindi on 26 November, take part in the Long March, announce his new plan of action and present a surprise.
Will this surprise be in the form of a long sit-down? Now tomorrow is November 26th. There is no excitement in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, but Rawalpindi and Islamabad are certainly back again for container blockades.
Our rulers have created an unenviable new history by using containers for their own purposes, but they have also made the lives of the poor miserable. This use of containers began under Pervez Musharraf. It is not known who will take the life of this container?
The long career of Majru Khan Sahib dawned with new trials and tribulations for the Punjab Police and Islamabad as well as the Home Minister, Rana Sanaullah. Police stationed in Rawalpindi, who had been called in and deployed from other cities in Punjab, held a demonstration a few days ago.
As it turned out, the policemen had become discontented and helpless with this long march and administration. Imran Khan’s alleged long march would unite in Rawalpindi at the behest of Khan Sahib, but his pressure was on Islamabad.
Thus, it is also a test for the nerves of the Home Secretary. The statements of the Minister of the Interior in his own tone, it is not far from him to fully implement his ambitions. The truth is that Rana Sahib is the only one in the coalition and the Shahbaz government who seems determined. But the real problem is the complete security of Islamabad for them too.
The responsibility for protecting Rawalpindi rests with Chaudhry Pervez Elahi. Last time (on May 25th) when Khan Saheb brought protest workers to Islamabad for ‘Tashreef’, he was unable to set a good example.
Against this background, what’s the surprise if he drinks milk with a milkshake? But the big question is how will the police of Punjab and Islamabad be able to protect the twin cities?
The population of Islamabad is about 2 million. Its area is about a thousand square kilometers. Islamabad Police consists of 12,500 people. Is this number sufficient for protection? And the condition of the Punjab Police is that its chief has gone on leave.
The effects of this also fall on the Punjab policemen deployed in the Long March, and among their influence is the Punjab Police who tortured journalists during the Long March. Punjab police were frustrated and nervous during Khan Sahib’s long career.
Thus, these psychological factors also influence the police. Islamabad police also demonstrated against the behavior of some of its officers these days. In such a situation, how will the Islamabad Police be able to resist Khan Sahib’s long march when their morale is so low?
In order to boost morale, the Home Minister Rana Sanaullah raised the salaries of the Islamabad Police, perhaps thanks to Khan Sahib and his long career. It can also be called a blessing in disguise.
Imran Khan said that when our Long March reaches Rawalpindi and Islamabad, the Islamabadi Police will join us (instead of clashing).
By giving this statement, Khan Sahib had already thrown a ‘seed’ but this ‘seed’ was rejected by anyone.
The thing to see is that when the Long March is camped out under the shadow of the ramparts of the federal capital, how many Islamabadi policemen will live up to Khan Sahib’s expectations? God willing, if this happens, it will be a violation of the system and a destruction of the strategy prepared by the Minister of Interior, Rana Sanullah Khan, and the chances of that are less.
It is actually a battle of nerves. And yet in this war, against Khan Sahib, Shahbaz Sharif’s coalition government has stood tall. Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince of Karen in Long March, Mr. Mohammed bin Salman, has either canceled or postponed his visit to Pakistan.
And Imran Khan also has to take the blame and the pressure. Khan tried to play with the American code for his own purposes and interests, and now the federal government is playing along with Khan’s long career.
Imran Khan also says “The president and I will play according to the constitution and the law on the summary of the appointment of the army chief”. But in this “game” the poor lose.