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Pakistan politician vows anti-drone march to go ahead

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Pakistani politician Imran Khan on Thursday insisted a planned "peace march" to the country's restive tribal areas would go ahead despite security fears and doubts over whether the authorities would allow it. 

Pakistani politician Imran Khan, seen ehre in January 2012, has insisted that a planned "peace march" to the country's restive tribal areas would go ahead despite security fears and doubts over whether the authorities would allow it.

Khan, the cricketing legend who now heads his own party, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) -- Pakistan Movement for Justice -- plans to lead a convoy from Islamabad to South Waziristan at the weekend to protest against US drone strikes.

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