In order to press their demand for early elections, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party wants to stage a sit-in in Islamabad.
A traffic plan that specifies entry and exit points for red zones has been developed by the Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP).
Ayub chowk, NADRA chowk, Express chowk, and Serena chowk are no longer open for business due to ITP. Margalla Road is required to be used by anyone entering or leaving the red zone.
Because the authorities were worried about safety, they increased the level of security at every significant location in the city.
Inspections by security personnel could be conducted on travelers traveling to or coming from Islamabad.
Imran Khan has stated that the sit-in will come to an end when the government declares new elections and dismisses parliament.
Because the administration appears to be unmovable, the traffic strategy may continue for a few days at least.