ISLAMABAD - Unlike the claims of Chairman Imran Khan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has given a formal application to the local administration of Islamabad seeking permission to hold its rally on November 30.

Imran, the other day, while addressing the participants of the sit-in had said that they did not need any certificate from the Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan to hold a peaceful rally. He had given these remarks after interior minister said that PTI would have to take permission from Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICTA) for its rally announced on November 30.

However, Colonel (retd) Younis Ali Raza, senior leader of PTI had given an application to the district administration seeking no objection certificate (NoC) from the ICT Administration to hold rally at D-Chowk. The application says that PTI should be given permission in this connection and necessary security arrangements should be made for its rally.  Rizwan Chaudhry, media coordinator PTI, confirmed the application.

PTI has given the application after the district administration contacted the party in connection with its rally.