PESHAWAR - A joint caravan of PTI workers from across the province will be led by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak to attend a march on Raiwind scheduled for Friday (today) on the call of PTI Chief Imran Khan.

Some of the processions from KP, led by PTI’s regional Presidents have already started their journey towards the destination through rails, private cars, buses and trucks.

Rallies from Malakand region led by its President Mehmood Khan and MPA Fazli Hakeem proceeded to Peshawar. They would join the PTI workers of Mardan region at Rashakai Motorways Interchange.

Similarly, the Peshawar region PTI supporters headed by different Ministers and MPAs would gather at Motorway Chowk and would proceed to Lahore.

The CM caravan would join all these processions at Pabbi and would leave for Raiwind at 8am.

A number of cars, buses and vehicles decorated with PTI flags and Imran Khan’s posters were seen marching towards Lahore.

Pervez Khattak led procession would be joined by the PTI workers from Hazara region at Hassan Abdal Chowk, while the PTI workers from southern districts led by its President and Provincial Minister Ali Ameen Gandapur would also join CM rally.

Not only PTI workers, but activists of its affiliated associations like students wing ISF, women wing, lawyer wing, FATA wing and minority wing and elected public representatives of Local Governments are eagerly participating in the Raiwind march .

It has also been reported that a number of processions have also arrived at Lahore to participate in the march. 

The PTI which has been ruling the KP for more than three years is expected to attract a large number of workers from the province.

The PTI Chief Imran Khan alongwith other senior leaders would address the participants and would draw future line of action against corruption.