PTI to hold rallies today to show solidarity with judiciary


LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will hold rallies today in various cities of the country including the provincial capital to show solidarity with the judiciary.

The district administration of Lahore issued a conditional permit for the rally from Zaman Park to Lakshmi Chowk. In the permit issued by the administration, it was said that speeches against judiciary and institutions will not be allowed, PTI administration will be responsible if public property is damaged.

According to the permit, business centers will not be allowed to close during the rally, workers will not bring sticks and weapons.

On the other hand, PTI could not get permission for the rally in Islamabad, PTI has approached the Islamabad High Court. According to Islamabad Police, Section 144 is in force, legal action will be taken against rallies without permission.

Chairman PTI Imran Khan said in his address via video link yesterday that he will take out rallies in Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and Peshawar. “I will lead the rally in Lahore. Come out between 6 and express solidarity with the Chief Justice in your UCs,” he said.

Appealing to the nation, the former prime minister said that this is a decisive time, you have to leave. According to the Supreme Court, the election is to be held on May 14. According to him, the government is not accepting the court’s decision.

He has made it clear that the Supreme Court is not obeying the decision of the court in a country where the government does not obey the decision of the court and fundamental rights are lost.

Imran Khan further said that this is the time for everyone to stand with the Supreme Court, to save.

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