PTI issues new schedule: March will reach Islamabad on November 11

IHC issues notice to Islamabad administration for not issuing NOC on PTI’s plea

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has issued a new schedule for its long march. The march will reach Islamabad on November 11.

PTI senior leader Asad Umar has stated in a tweet that ‘Kaptaan’ will reach Rawalpindi on November 10 and rallies from across Pakistan will reach Islamabad on November 11, according to the new schedule of ‘Haqeeqi Azadi March’.

Today on Day 6 of the rally the march will start from Pindi By-pass Gujranwala and will end at Gakhar. Imran Khan has been scheduled to address people at Pindi By-Pass, Rahwali and Gakhar.

Earlier, before the start of the long march, it was announced that the march will reach Islamabad on Friday but now it has been expected to reach Jhelum on Sunday.

According to PTI leaders, the enormous numbers of people gathered en route to welcome and participate have been causing the march to move very slowly and it has not been able to cover the distance of more than 10-15 kilometres in a single day.

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has issued notices to Islamabad’s administration for not issuing PTI a no-objection certificate (NOC) for its sit-in.

The court directed the relevant officials of the capital city administration to appear before it tomorrow.
The hearing of the plea was held by Justice Aamer Farooq on PTI’s petition against the non-issuance of the NOC.

PTI’s Vice President Shah Mehmood Qureshi who was injured yesterday while on the top part of the container has stated that he was fine and it was a minor injury.

PTI caravans from other parts of the country will leave in a few days for Islamabad. The caravan from Balochistan will leave Quetta on November 6 while the caravan from Sindh entered Punjab yesterday and is en-route to Islamabad.


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