Rawalpindi: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has been given conditional permission by Rawalpindi’s Deputy Commission to protest against the local administration.
PTI chairman Imran Khan earlier this month postponed his party’s “Hakiki Azadi March” towards Islamabad until February 26 in an attempt to force the administration to hold fresh elections.
According to the notification, which outlines 56 requirements for hosting the rally, PTI is allowed to hold a public meeting in the Faizabad neighborhood of Rawalpindi.
According to the DC, the England team is due to arrive in Rawalpindi on 26 November for a three-match Test series against Pakistan, so Faizabad should be released that evening.
While the PTI leader has been prohibited from driving a sunroof car before or after a public meeting, the Imran Khan-led party has been directed to use designated rally routes.
According to the notification, Imran Khan will have to address the crowd in Rawalpindi from a bullet proof platform.
Additionally, it forbids PTI employees and supporters from staying at Allama Iqbal Park.
In the notification, it was stated that the use of drone cameras would not be allowed and the Jalsa management would be held liable for any death that occurs during the gathering.
PTI leader Asad Umar said the Islamabad government had not authorized the helicopter landing of former prime minister Imran Khan at the parade ground on November 26.
He insisted on Twitter that the authorities had not justified their rejection of the petition and that their action would put Khan’s life at risk.
The administration has sealed the Faizabad flyover connecting the two cities from all sides. Because the move has an impact on traffic jams
Double Road, Rawalpindi-Muri Road, IJP Road and other connecting roads are all in Rawalpindi.