The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has changed the location of a public rally scheduled for March 27 in Islamabad, where the political party claimed to have attracted a crowd of one million people.
Sen. Faisal Javed, the PTI’s central leader, has stated that D-Chowk will be unable to accommodate the large number of people expected in Islamabad and that the party’s power show will instead be held at Parade Avenue.
In a Twitter message, Javed stated that they had applied for permission from the Islamabad administration to hold a public meeting on March 27 at Parade Avenue. He went on to say that a significant number of people from all over the country are making their way to the federal capital to attend the PTI’s public meeting.
“It will be the largest rally in Pakistan’s history,” said the organizer. “The entire nation has placed its trust in Prime Minister Imran Khan, and the loss of the opposition is assured.
During a press conference, the PTI senator stated that the critical moment has arrived and that the nation has made a strong choice on the issue. He hailed the joint opposition for their action, which he said had reawakened the PTI workers, who are now taking action against the turncoats in their various seats as a result of their efforts.
Javed stated that while Imran Khan was unsuccessful in clearing the dirt from the three gatherings, he was successful in concentrating the piles of waste in one location. The senator stated that it is past time to do rid of the mountains of waste piled up.
A no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan is expected to be defeated, and the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) would be dismantled, he expressed hope.
At an earlier point in the day, the local administration in Islamabad requested that the government and opposition move their public rallies to the capital and provided them with alternate locations.
It has been urged by the administration in Islamabad that the government modify the location of its public gathering on March 27 and move it to the Parade Ground Parking area, according to individuals with knowledge of the situation.
Furthermore, they stated that the opposition has also agreed to move its public meeting from D-chowk to a new location after the government agreed to move its gathering. It was reported that “the local authority has expressed opposition to holding the meeting in sector H-9.”
Following the imposition of Section 144 in the Red Zone and one kilometer outside of it, according to sources in the district administration, the government has yet to file an application for gaining approval for the new location.
It is important to note that Prime Minister Imran Khan had published the logo of the impending rally of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) in Islamabad on Sunday ahead of a no-trust motion against him and stated that he wanted all attendance records to be broken on the day.