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— File photo
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During the hearing on the petition to issue NOC for PTI’s rally and sit-in, an intelligence report was submitted in the Islamabad High Court, which states that Imran Khan is likely to be attacked again during the rally.

The court ordered that Tehreek-e-Insaf take permission from the administration for the rally and sit-in.

A hearing was also held in the High Court on a plea by local businessmen against the closure of roads due to the PTI sit-in.

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Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Amir Farooq heard the petitions of PTI’s Ali Nawaz Awan and local businessmen together.

The lawyer told the court that Ali Nawaz Awan is the petitioner in the case who is not available today as he is out of town.

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The Chief Justice asked that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf outside the city? The court has only said that whatever has to be done should be done in accordance with the law.

Advocate General Islamabad replied that PTI people do not know when they have to come.

The Additional Attorney General said that his request dated November 3 has already become ineffective.

“Take permission from PTI administration”

The court ordered PTI to inform the date and time of the rally and seek permission from the administration.

Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Aamir Farooq said that all this has to be decided by the administration, we have given only this instruction that you should decide on their request according to the law.

The assistant lawyer said that we will present the application to the administration today, Babar Awan will appear himself in this case, adjourning the hearing until Tuesday.

The Chief Justice instructed them that you have to file a new petition with the administration, if the matter is not resolved then you can file a new petition, the court cannot suggest a place, it is the job of the administration to say that at D Chowk. Whether permission is to be given or in Park F Nine, the administration must decide on the rules and regulations and conditions of the rally, an order has also come from the Supreme Court.

Chief Justice Islamabad High Court Amir Farooq asked what to do at the request of businessmen? Aren’t the roads closed yet? If a state does not accept the direction of the federation, then what will happen? What can the Federation do to manage the law and order situation?

Advocate General Jahangir Jadoon replied that the Federation could call up the armed forces under the Constitution.

The Chief Justice said that this matter has also come up in the Lahore High Court and some directions have been given, if they say that the roads will not be closed, then it is fine.

During the hearing, the intelligence report was presented in the court, where it is said that Imran Khan was afraid of attack during the rally.

Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Amir Farooq said that according to intelligence reports, there are fears of an attack on Imran Khan, it is the responsibility of the government and the state to keep this in mind, political and non-political parties have the right to protest. , ordinary citizens and business petitioners also rights that should not be affected, even in England protesters come to Downing Street, protest but don’t block the road, the High Court cannot take over the responsibilities of the Deputy Commissioner, if you affect by any order of the Deputy Commissioner, come to court.

Advocate General Islamabad said that the Supreme Court has said that the long procession cannot be stopped.

The Chief Justice told the PTI lawyer that you have blocked GT Road, Motorway and other highways, you should also show responsibility.

The PTI lawyer replied that the party leaders must be consulted for a new application.

“The right to protest and the rights of citizens should not be affected.”

Chief Justice Aamir Farooq said that if PTI wants to hold a meeting, it should submit a new request to the administration, if they allow the meeting, they will ensure that the roads are not blocked, the administration must ensure that the rights of the people, the right of a political party to protest should not be affected and the basic rights of citizens, the administration must strike a balance.

The petitioner’s lawyer, Sardar Taimur Aslam, told the court that containers were still standing on the roads of Islamabad.

The Advocate General said the containers were placed as a precautionary measure, they did not block the roads.

“2014 sit-in containers paid 3 weeks ago”

Chief Justice Amir Farooq said the money for the containers seized during the 2014 sit-in was paid 3 weeks ago.

The High Court adjourned the hearing till November 22 on the request of PTI’s counsel, directing the PTI to submit a fresh application to the administration for the NOC of the rally.