Islamabad - The commuters on Tuesday faced problems as a sect of Muslim community from the twin cities took out a procession on the Islamabad Expressway.

As the faithful marched on the Expressway, the road remained blocked for nearly four hours, causing inconvenience to the commuters. The road-users complained that they had to face problems due to the rally. The commuters expressed their anguish on the demonstrators as they were forced to remain stranded.

The road connecting Islamabad and Rawalpindi from the suburbs serves as the main artery as thousands of people ply on the road daily. They were of the view that the marchers do not have any rights to block the road and disrupt vehicular movement. “This is not the way. This creates problems for passengers,” said an agitating youngster stranded in his car.