The Long March mates reach India separately

The Long March mates reach India separately
NEW DELHI: The Long March mates and leaders of opposition parties reached India separately to catch the cricket match between arch-rivals.


PTI Chairman Imran Khan claimed that Awami Muslim League leader Sheikh Rasheed was scheduled to go with him but he left earlier while PAT leader Dr. Tahir ul Qadri has already arrived in India to participate in an international Sufi conference.


Sheikh Rasheed claimed that the match is very important for both teams and he would leave for Pakistan soon after the match.


Qadri claimed that both countries should hold talks for resolving matters despite of using forces.


He claimed that terrorism is a common enemy of both the countries and both countries should have to sit together to find out the solution.


While Imran Khan talked with media and claimed that he will meet with Pakistani team and will provide guidance, which will lead them to success in the light of my experience.


Khan also claimed to run a live commentary of Indo-Pak match on Star Sports for duration of 40 minutes and will charge Rs.10 lac for each minute.


The match is scheduled to play at Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium in Kolkata at 7 p.m. Pakistan Standard Time.


It is also claimed that PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s ex-wife Reham Khan will also watch the match who is already in India for a conference.