Lahore Deputy Commissioner Denies PTI Permission for Liberty Rally

The Deputy Commissioner’s office in Lahore has refused the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) permission to hold a public rally at Lahore’s Liberty Chowk.

In response to PTI’s rally request at Liberty, the Deputy Commissioner’s office cited a meeting held on October 10, where it was noted that PTI workers and leaders were involved in vandalism during a previous protest on May 9.

As a result, the District Intelligence Committee has declined to issue a No Objection Certificate (NOC) for PTI’s rally at Liberty.

Previously, the Lahore High Court, with Justice Raheel Kamran presiding, had reviewed PTI’s application for holding a rally at Liberty Chowk. During the proceedings, the court inquired about the delay in granting permission from the Punjab government.

In the event that PTI’s rally request is denied, the court has directed the Deputy Commissioner to provide a comprehensive explanation for the refusal.

It’s worth mentioning that the Additional Secretary-General of PTI for Central Punjab had approached the Lahore High Court, seeking permission to hold the party’s rally at Liberty Chowk on October 15.

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