ISLAMABAD – The Islamabad administration granted permission for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf to hold a rally at Parade Ground on July 2.
A notification here states that the Parade ground venue was granted permission to the former ruling party by “concerned quarters”.
A party application dated June 27, asking permission to hold a rally at Parade Ground, was the basis for which the NOC was issued.
The NOC states that the gathering must not disrupt or disturb the fundamental rights of residents of Islamabad and the surrounding areas. The gathering must not block Islamabad Expressway. It should be over by midnight (between July 2nd and 3).
It further stated that participants are not allowed to enter the Red Zone, in Islamabad.
After the PTI had pleaded before Islamabad High Court (IHC), Thursday’s Islamabad High Court (IHC), summoned the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Islamabad. The court heard that the local administration wasn’t granted permission for the PTI to hold a public rally at the Parade Ground.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan, announced that a power-show would be held at Islamabad’s Parade Ground. They also called for protests against the ‘imported’ government.
Imran Khan addressed a Bani Gala news conference today and said that he will organize a Parade Ground power show next week. He also asked for protests to be held in major cities throughout the country.
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