The party aims to pull the youth from all parts of the twin cities to be a party of the rally following a ban imposed under section-144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure in the capital for two months.
I will lead our Tehreek-i-Ehtesab rally from Liaquat Bagh, Pindi tomorrow 3 pm, ending at Faisal Chowk, Islmbd 10 pm pic.twitter.com/cKQhpvoM8K
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) August 12, 2016
PTI’s famous container has reached Islamabad while the party chairman has urged Pakistanis to come out of their homes and join him at the ‘accountability movement’ which, according to him, has been organised for their own benefit.
The rally, led by Imran Khan, would begin from Liaquat Bagh in Rawalpindi later today and would end at Faisal Chowk in Islamabad where the PTI Chairman would address the participants of the rally.
— PTI (@PTIofficial) August 13, 2016
However, with a Section-144, Deputy Commissioner Islamabad has warned that anyone found violating the ban would be dealt accordingly. Khan, addressing another gathering of PTI supporters during accountability rally in Khairabad last week, announced to remain on the streets till justice was served. “Corruption is the biggest issue in Pakistan and a great movement has been launched so that the corrupt rulers should be taken to task,” Khan said while speaking to PTI workers in Khairabad.