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ICT administration denies permission for landing of Imran’s helicopter

GHQ says it has no objection over the landing of Imran Khan’s helicopter
Representational image. File photo
Representational image. File photo

The Islamabad administration has decided not to allow Imran Khan’s helicopter to land at Rawalpindi’s Parade Ground, saying that the PTI would be given conditional permission to hold its November 26 rally.

The notification, issued by the administration in this regard, asked PTI to submit an affidavit signed by the party chairman. The administration presented six conditions before the party for holding its rally. “If the affidavit will not be submitted, the permit for the rally will also be canceled,” the notification said.

The Islamabad administration said that it has also issued a route plan for the protestors, according to which the participants of the rally will be able to move on the selected routes.

Earlier, a statement from the headquarters of the Pakistan Army said that the GHQ has no objection to the “request for placement of helicopter subject to clearance by the authorities”.

It stated that the party should reach out to the Capital Development Authority (CDA)or the federal government as the matter fell under their jurisdiction.

Earlier this week, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) submitted a petition to the Islamabad High Court (IHC) seeking permission for Khan’s helicopter to be allowed to land and take off from Parade Ground till the “conclusion of the gathering”.

‘Govt creating hurdles’

PTI senior leader Shibli Faraz accused the coalition government of creating hurdles to the party’s November 26 rally in Rawalpindi.

The PTI leader said that the government has refused permission for Imran Khan’s helicopter to land at the Parade Ground. “Imran Khan’s health does not allow him to travel normally.”

Doctors allow Imran Khan to travel

Meanwhile, Imran Khan’s physician Dr Khalid Niazi said that the plaster to support PTI chief’s fractured leg has been removed and allowed Khan to travel.

Dr Niazi said that the wounds on the upper part of Khan’s lower right limb have almost healed, while the wounds on the lower part will take a week to heal.

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