Islamabad police on the lookout for PTI protesters who blocked G.T. Road on Nov 10.

RAWALPINDI -- The local police have reportedly been preparing to round up Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) workers and activists who were part of a long march on Nov 10, 2022.

Mandra police on Wednesday registered a first information report (FIR) against 183 PTI supporters, of whom 13 were nominated while the remaining 170 were unidentified on charges of forcibly blocking G.T. Road on both sides with heavy vehicles parked in the middle.

Today's FIR was registered on the complaint of Yasir Mehmood (foot constable) after about 76 days since the incident had happened. Another FIR related to the incident was registered on Nov 10, 2022 by Jawad Anwar, another foot constable.

According to sources, police have been planning to round up all those supporters of PTI who were involved in blocking Motorway MI toll plaza causing long queues of vehicles on either side of the road on Nov 10, 2022.

13 people nominated whereas 170 yet to be identified

The local police reportedly conducted raids to apprehend PTI supporters after receiving a list of the party's followers, despite the fact that none of them had been named in the prior FIR registered with Naseerabad police in November.

On Nov 10, 2022, Mr Anwar, a detective foot constable, lodged an FIR with police saying that he and a head constable were travelling to Chowki Hameeda. When they arrived at MI toll plaza, they found the road blocked by around 60 protesters.

He said the motorway had been blocked completely on both sides by protesters and also observed that long queues of vehicles could be seen which caused inconvenience to commuters.

'I, along with my fellows, made attempts to clear the motorway but could not do so due to large...

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