Taking into consideration police crackdown against its party activists for violation of Section 144, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has cancelled its rally for Saturday in Islamabad.

In Islamabad, the rally was planned to take place from Bhara Kahu to Sector-I8. However, it was cancelled in view of avoiding arrests of party members. The PTI cheif has directed his workers to show their presence at Nov 2 sit-in

Speaking to Geo News, PTI chief said that he would wait for the the Islamabad High Court’s decision.

Earlier in a press conference Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan outside his Bani Gala residence vowed that his party’s planned Islamabad sit-in could not be stopped.

In response to a question , Khan said that his party’s target is November 2. “Wait for November 2; even 50,000 policemen will not be able to stop the tsunam

A rally was scheduled earlier for Friday, on the road leading to Lal Haveli, residence of Chairman Awami Muslim League Sheikh Rasheed, however in light of the Section 144 – which prohibits all kind of gatherings of five or more persons and use of loudspeakers and sound amplifiers – the road was blocked with containers.