PTI, allies all set to launch ‘Ihtasaab Rally’ in Lahore today


Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will display it’s political strength Saturday (today) against Panama Leaks issue in Lahore.

According to reports, Pakistan Muslim League-Q (PML-Q), Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) and Pakistan People’s Party, while Jamaat-e-Islami has also supported the PTI rally.

The slogan of Ehtesab march would be the demand of holding the ruling PML-N accountable for their alleged assets revealed in Panama Leaks, in the city believed to be the stronghold of the PML-N.

However, preparations for PTI’s rally are in full swing as the container of PTI chief has reached the city on Thursday.

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PTI Chief Imran Khan will reach Lahore on a helicopter for which a helipad has been prepared at the Abdul Razzaq Stadium in Shahdara.

From Shahdara Imran Khan, riding on the top of his container, will lead a rally which will pass from Bhatti Gate, Nasir Bagh and GPO Chowk and reach its destination at the Charing Cross.

The PTI chief will address the participants of the rally at the Charing Cross and announce the next course of action.

The party leaders are expecting millions of people participating in its movement against the government.

The security for the rally has been divided into three parts according to the security plan.

CCPO Lahore has said that the rally will be provided fool-proof security. He said that 5,000 policemen have been deployed at nine kilometer route of the rally.

Earlier, a meeting of Lahore Police took place in which it was decided that eight SPs, 20 DSPs, 72 SHOs and 4000 policemen will provide security to the rally.

According to PTI sources, the members of Insaf Tiger Force, Insaf Youth Wing and Insaf Student Federation will ensure that no untoward incident took place during the party’s protest rally.

Moreover, walk-through gates, barriers, barbed-wires will also be placed at the entry points of the gathering and Rescue 1122 teams will also be present on the occasion.



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