PTI determined to hold rally in Islamabad despite NOC suspension

PTI determined to hold rally in Islamabad despite NOC suspension
PTI determined to hold rally in Islamabad despite NOC suspension

PTI determined to hold rally in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Omar Ayub announced that the party’s public gathering in Islamabad will proceed as planned, despite the suspension of the No-Objection Certificate (NOC) by authorities on Friday.

Ayub stated that the party had received permission from the Islamabad High Court (IHC) to hold the event and would not be deterred by the government’s attempts to suppress their political activities.

He accused the government of acting out of fear and trying to prevent the rally from taking place. Ayub confirmed that the party was making preparations for the rally, with workers gathering to participate in the event.

Earlier in the day, the Islamabad Chief Commissioner suspended the NOC issued to PTI for the public gathering, just a day before the scheduled event. The decision was made during a meeting chaired by the Chief Commissioner, where security agencies expressed concerns about potential risks associated with the rally.

Authorities stated that the suspension was necessary to maintain law and order in the city, emphasizing that the safety of citizens is their top priority and that all necessary measures would be taken to ensure peace and tranquility.

Previously, the district administration of the federal capital had granted PTI permission to hold a public gathering on July 6 near Tarnol Chowk. Following the issuance of the NOC, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) disposed of the application for the NOC.

Justice Babar Sattar of the Islamabad High Court heard the petition seeking permission for PTI’s meeting in the federal capital.

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