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Citizen Reporters needed for Online Coverage of the Long March


Pakistanis through out the country have today embarked upon a historical Long March for the restoration of the Judiciary. There are hundreds and thousands of people who will participate in the procession witnessing history in the making, taking pictures and capturing priceless videos from their cell phones as the rally winds its way to Islamabad. Be a part of impacting a greater change by sharing these updates, pictures and videos with the global audience. In an attempt to harness this Mobile Journalism we hope to have you participate in this concept at http://PkLongMarch.blogspot.com (or http://help.pk – shorter to remember)

We need all participants of the procession to become our on ground reporters for the Long March movement by sending instantaneous and live updates via email to LongMarch@help.pk or LM@help.pk (shorter to remember) where you can send send in your live comments / Pictures / Mobile Videos on the progress of the Long March as it makes it way to Islamabad, for some who do not have GPRS facility can still update us using the SMS-Email facility [160 character limit] provided by most cellular networks to participate in this campaign

Action Alert: Send updates, Pictures, Audio Clips, Videos of the Long March making its way to Islamabad
Website: http://PkLongMarch.blogspot.com (or http://Help.pk)
Email: LongMarch@help.pk (or LM@help.pk)
Twitter: http://twitter.com/LongMarch

Help Spread the word so more people know about this utility and be a part of true revolutionary Citizen Journalism in Pakistan, this concept directly helps promote the Long March to the global audience which contributes to an indirect pressure on the establishment to Restore the Judiciary in Pakistan

Hum Mulk Bachanay Nikay Hain
Aao Humaray Saath Chalo

People’s Resistance Update of the Long March

Posted by Faris

Today, PR crew assembled at Agha’s Super Market in the morning and departed to the High Court. Other members of PR were already present at the High Court, while some joined us later.

Awab (with his beautifully decorated truck and black flags) and PR bus with posters and stickers all over them, went with the convey from the High Court to the Mazaar-e-Quaid. After an hour or so of speeches and gathering of lawyers from different parts of the city, the judicial convey left for Sohrab Goth. In the searing heat, the convey was received at Sohrab Goth by HRCP personnel. A little later, nearly one hundred cars and numerous large buses of judges, lawyers, political activists and citizens of Karachi, along with a large media presence marched towards Hyderabad.
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Reached Hyderabad

The carvan from Karachi has reached Hyderabad Toll Plaza at around 3:00PM and was greeted by a reception by the local PML-N leadership