The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf got permission to hold a rally in Faizabad on November 26. The Deputy Commissioner Rawalpindi gave the permission with 56 conditions.
According to ARY News, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf has received permission to hold a rally on November 26 in Faizabad, Rawalpindi, in connection with the Real Azadi March. DC gave permission with 56 conditions. Action will be taken against meeting management if conditions are not followed.
The first condition of the permit issued by the Deputy Commissioner with 56 conditions was that Faizabad would be vacated by the evening of November 26. The England cricket team was coming to Rawalpindi to play a Test, so the place had to be completely vacated after rally.
The permit also included conditions that Allama Iqbal Park would not be used for workers’ accommodation and that the park would be vacant once the program ended.
According to the notice, PTI Chairman Imran Khan will use the route decided by the administration and will not use a sunroof vehicle before and after the rally.
The notification made it clear that the use of drone cameras will not be allowed in the rally and that the management of the rally will be responsible for any loss of life.
The notice states that legal action will be taken against the Jalsa administration for violating the conditions imposed on the permit.
The DC’s ongoing notification also directed the police to take all necessary security measures and ensure full implementation of the traffic plan in connection with the PTI rally.
It should be noted that the PTI Chairman will lead the protest tomorrow and will announce the course of action when he addresses the rally.