Government officials in Pakistan claim there are no issues with Imran Khan's chopper landing on Parade Ground.

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan said that the ruling coalition government has no objections to Imran Khan landing a helicopter on the Parade ground if security forces decline to intervene . Imran Khan, a cricketer-turned-politician, said earlier that despite being hospitalized, he would lead a large public rally in Rawalpindi on November 26 .

Islamabad (Pakistan), November 25, : Pakistan's Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan has said that the ruling coalition government has no objections to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan landing a helicopter on the Parade ground if security forces decline to intervene, according to Geo News.Imran Khan, a cricketer-turned-politician, said earlier that despite being hospitalized, he would lead a large public rally in Rawalpindi on November 26.PTI had advised the government to allow Imran Khan to make a landing in his chopper at the Parade Ground.Rana Sanaullah said on Thursday that he had requested the Islamabad government to make a decision on the issue based on its merits in a speech to the Geo News Capital Talk program.

Rana Sanaullah described it as a strange turn of events when PTI is planning a sit-in at Nawaz Sharif Park.He cautioned the Imran Khan-led PTI against blocking roads and injuring people by their sit-in, according to the General Headquarters (GHQ).The General Headquarters (GHQ) also expressed no opposition to PTI's remark regarding Imran Khans helicopter landing at the Parade ground.According to a GHQ document, Khan-led-PTI must report to the Capital Development Authority or the federal government as the situation is within their jurisdiction, according to Dawn.

In a video message to the Islamabad High Court (IHC), former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan asked for permission to allow the imran Khans helicopter to land and take off from Parade Ground earlier this week.He said that he is going to Rawalpindi to help them in this situation and that they should come out for me now.PTI leader Asad Umar chaired a meeting on November 24 to address the process for the party's rally in Rawalpindi.Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf tweeted, The most important meeting of PTI under the leadership of Central Secretary General Asad Umar on March 4 was held in Rawalpindi.

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