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Arrests and baton charge continue on protesters in Rawalpindi

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RAWALPINDI (APS) October 28,2016– Clashes erupted between Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers and police at Committee Chowk in Rawalpindi today (Friday).

Reportedly, police have used tear gas shells and detained several protestors to stop them from advancing towards Lal Haveli.

PTI activists also pelted stones at baton-carrying police near Committee Chowk.

Political situation remains tense in Rawalpindi and Islamabad as Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Awami Muslim League (AML) have vowed to go ahead with the plan of holding political rally despite imposition of section 144.

In a move to stop AML chief from holding the political rally, the authorities have placed shipping containers outside his Lal Haveli residence.

Speaking to media at Committee Chowk, Rasheed said he is not afraid of going to jail.

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“Catch me if you can. I am coming. Get ready boys,” he posted a message on Twitter.

In another tweet, the AML chief said Imran khan and Jahangir Tareen have assured him that they will reach Lal Haveli at any cost after Friday prayers.

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Meanwhile, senior leaders of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) including Asad Omer and Shah Mahmood Qureshi are present at the residence of Imran Khan in Bani Gala to review preparations in connection with today’s protest rally.

Imran Khan announced countrywide protests on Thursday after Islamabad police baton charged participants of a youth convention of PTI in Sector I-11.

“I will protest throughout Pakistan, our workers will protest throughout Pakistan — especially over the way women were mishandled,” Khan told reporters.

“If (the) government wants to arrest me, they may go ahead, but for how long they can keep us inside, we will again hit roads after our release.

Speaking to media at Committee Chowk, Rasheed said he is not afraid of going to jail.

“Catch me if you can. I am coming. Get ready boys,” he posted a message on Twitter.

In another tweet, the AML chief said Imran khan and Jahangir Tareen have assured him that they will reach Lal Haveli at any cost after Friday prayers.

Meanwhile, senior leaders of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) including Asad Omer and Shah Mahmood Qureshi are present at the residence of Imran Khan in Bani Gala to review preparations in connection with today’s protest rally.

Imran Khan announced countrywide protests on Thursday after Islamabad police baton charged participants of a youth convention of PTI in Sector I-11.

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