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IGH fixes hearing of PTI plea getting permission for Rawalpindi power show

ISLAMABAD: Islamabad High Court (IHC) fixed hearing of application for permission for passing through islamabad for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) power show in It is reported by ARY News in Rawalpindi. on Tuesday.

IHC Chief Judge Aamer Farouk will hear PTI. plea getting permission for travel through Islamabad power showvenue in Iqbal park in Rawalpindi. The hearing will be held on Wednesday (today)

PTI pleaded with high court allow in participants of Rawalpindi power show to use islamabad route for get to the venue on November 26th.

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Through a political petition party also requested permission for take-off and landing of Imran Khan helicopter in Parade ground. In addition, the Supreme Court was also requested issue orders to authorities to refrain from harassing PTI workers.

Formerly Imran Khan announced Keep power show in Iqbal Park in Rawalpindi on November 26th. PTI planned to gather political workers from all over the country. in Rawalpindi power show.

On November 20, the federal police said that entry from Rawalpindi to Islamabad could be blocked. on November 26 ahead of Long March of the Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

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On Twitter, the Metropolitan Police said that Inspector General of Islamabad (IG) Akbar Nasir Khan chaired a meeting on the law and order situation.

participants of The meeting reviewed the security situation of federal capital. Speaking on occasion, I. G. Akbar Nasir Khan any political activity in Islamabad should be in conformity with law.

“Police, football club and rangers will be sent to ensure security of Red zone,” the police chief said, adding that entry from Rawalpindi to Islamabad could be blocked. on November 26th.

He also said that operational search activities would be carried out. in in city in view of threats of terrorism. “Strong measures will be taken on any of legal impediment, he added.

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