Rawalpindi (Staff Report): Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif along with his convoy has begun the 2nd day of his 'homecoming rally' as he departed Rawalpindi and is en route to Jhelum where Nawaz is expected to address a gathering of supporters.
Though the former premier's convoy took time to cross Katcheri Chowk, Rawalpindi, once through, it whizzed out of the garrison city, crossing Rawat and the GT Road towns that follow
Earlier on Wednesday, chairman PML-N Nawaz Sharif set out from Punjab House, Islamabad after deciding to go home to Lahore via the GT Road earlier.
Prior to his departure, Nawaz held a meeting with top party leaders, including Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal and AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider.
According to details, the former premier is expected to set off on his journey from Rawalpindi's Kacheri Chowk, where hordes of supporters have already gathered and traffic has been suspended.
Special arrangements have been made to ensure the smooth flow of rally from Kacheri Chowk, along the GT Road, to Rawat's T-Chowk. Arrangements have been made for commuters to use alternative roads once the rally is under way, claimed the police.
The former premier is expected to move through Jhelum, Kharian, Lala Musa and Gujrat to Gujranwala, and then move through Kamoke, Muridke, Kala Shah Kaku, Ferozwala and Shahdra to enter his hometown of Lahore.