PMC Urges Imran Khan To Postpone Long March for this matter Lieutenant. Colonel. (r) President of the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) sent an open letter to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, asking him to postpone the party’s long march until 4 pm on November 13, 2022, that is the day for the Medical and Dental Colleges Admission Test (MDCAT).
The test had seen multiple delays over the last several months and was reported to have been rescheduled just recently before PMC issued an announcement on Saturday that the test will take place in accordance with the timetable.
PMC president Ghulam Shabbir, in his letter to the PMC President, highlighted the issue of delay and added in his letter that should the exam get delayed any further, the entire term of school for the students would be wasted.
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PMC Urges Imran Khan To Postpone Long March and He also said the fact that students and the parents of students are worried about making it to exam centers because of protests in Punjab.
Given these circumstances, the PMC chief asked for the PTI head to delay the march until 4 pm on November 13.
people are waiting for the reply of Imran khan and are worried about their children’s future. When it will be answered we will update you about this.