Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has finalized a plan to reach Rawalpindi on November 26.
PTI Lahore President Sheikh Imtiaz has said that the PTI has finalized the plan to go to Rawalpindi. He said that Plan A and Plan B have been prepared for the Rawalpindi Long March and the work has been completed as per Plan A.
Sheikh Imtiaz said that all the stakeholders have been entrusted with the responsibilities and that the convoy will leave at 7 am on November 26.
PTI Lahore Information Secretary Owais Younus has said that the convoy will leave for Rawalpindi in Long March from Lahore Toll Plaza via Motorway. He said that a digital media campaign will also be launched in the city under the name of ‘Aa Raha Hai Lahore’ from today.
Similarly, PTI convoys from South Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and other provinces will reach Rawalpindi on the call of their party chairman.
On the other side the Islamabad administration has extended the imposition of Section 144 in the capital city for two months under which all types of meetings, processions and rallies will be banned in the city.
Earlier today, Imran Khan’s helicopter was not allowed to land at the parade ground. The district administration had declined PTI’s request for permission of landing the helicopter.
PTI Senator Faisal Javed has said that the entire nation reached Rawalpindi at 1 pm on November 26 and the real Azadi March will be successful.