PTI power show underway in Islamabad

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The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s historic power show—Amr-bil-Maroof (join the good)—kicked off in Islamabad’s Parade Ground ahead of the no trust motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan in the National Assembly.

A huge number of PTI workers and supporters are present at the Parade Ground, whereas rallies from various cities continued to enter the federal capital.

Banners and hoardings were displayed at the entry points of the city to welcome different rallies coming to attend the public gathering.

Meanwhile, a large PTI rally left Lahore via motorway to attend today’s historical public gathering in Islamabad, which will be addressed by Prime Minister Imran Khan and other party leaders.

The rally is being led by Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mehmood, Provincial Ministers including Education Minister Dr Murad Raas, Health Minister Dr Yasmin Rashid and Industries Minister Mian Aslam Iqbal. Several provincial and local party leaders and a huge number of party workers are part of the rally, carrying PTI flags and raising pro-PTI slogans.

Imran Khan has been holding back to back public rallies to mobilise the public against the collusion of what he calls “pack of three stooges” – Shahbaz Sharif, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Maulana Fazalur Rehman, who have been indulging in the purchase of loyalties of PTI parliamentarians for cash and promises of better opportunities. Khan earlier in the day addressed a mammoth gathering at Kamalia.

The Supreme Court is to hold another hearing on Monday, March 28 on a Presidential Reference to decide whether those parliamentarians who switch sides, without resigning from their parties can be disqualified or not, or if so for a term or life.

Prime Minister Imran Khan in a video message had appealed to the nation to join him on March 27 and to stand up for what is right.

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