Details indicate that the Deputy Commissioner (DC), Islamabad, has given PTI notice of permission for the public gathering in Faizabad with 56 requirements to be met.
Any departure from PTI during the open gathering, according to the notification, will result in the NOC or permission being revoked.
The PTI has been instructed to leave Faizabad the night of November 26 following a public meeting since the England cricket team will be arriving in Pakistan for a test series, according to the notification.
Before or after the public event, Chairman PTI is not permitted to use a sunroof car, and he has been ordered to stick to the route decided upon by the administration.
The use of drone cameras is prohibited during a public assembly, and the police have been instructed to make sure that security measures are watertight, according to the warning.
In addition, the organizers of the public gathering will be held accountable for any human casualties, and disobeying their rules will ultimately result in the permission being revoked. In the event of any violations, legal action will be taken against the organization of the public gathering.
In the video statement, Imran Khan invited all his supporters to join the protest in Rawalpindi at 1 pm on November 26. A nation can only achieve real freedom when they have justice. A country progresses and prospers when the nation is actually free. The whole nation should participate in the protest and give a strong message that we won’t be silenced until we achieve real freedom, he added.