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Islamabad administration refuses to grant PTI permission for rally

Islamabad administration refuses to grant PTI permission for rally

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ISLAMABAD: Islamabad administration has refused to give Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) permission for rally at F-9 Park on April 24.

Deputy Commissioner (DC) has informed PTI in writing over refusal for rally.

According to the letter, security, free movement of public will be affected.

It added that section-144 has already been imposed in Islamabad under which rallies, public meeting are banned.

However, PTI leader Faisal Javed has said, “We will have our rally at F-9 at any cost and speeding up preparations for foundation day rally.”

Earlier, there were reports the government has granted ‘conditional permission’ to PTI to hold its foundation day rally at F-9 Park on April 24, a day after Imran Khan and Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan had a brief meeting while travelling to London via the same flight from Lahore.

The decision to grant the permission for rally was taken at a high level meeting at the Interior Ministry, according to Geo News.

Imran Khan on Thursday confirmed he had a meeting with Nisar Ali Khan on the plane en route to London and the minister had reservations about the PTI’s rally at the F-9 Park in Islamabad.

Khan said he told the interior minister that his party had no plan to enter the Red Zone and it would be only a day-long celebration.

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