Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Caravans from different parts of the country were gathering at Capital D-Chowk of to attend a rally against alleged rigging in last year general election.
According to reports people from Multan, Mandi Bahauddin, Muzaffarabad, Chaman and other cities were slowly reaching Islamabad to attend the rally to be addressed by cricket-star turned politician Imran Khan.
A caravan of PTI workers led by local leader Ijaz Janjua reached from Multan to attend the rally. Children and women were also accompanying the male PTI activists. Caravans from Lahore and other cities who converged in Gujranwala are now proceeding to Islamabad.
Meanwhile PTI chief Imran Khan has said the tsunami gathering against election rigging being held in at D-Chowk Islamabad will be historic.
While inspecting arrangements for PTI public rally at D-Chowk on early Sunday Khan said ‘charter of demands’ to be presented by PTI was beneficial for the country. PTI, he said, did not believe in vandalism. Leaders who rigged the elections are now trying to protect their seats, he added.
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