Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) partyworkers and supporters from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, and other parts of Pakistan reached Islamabad’s Parade Ground for the rally called by Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday ahead of the no-confidence motion against him. The PM has urged his partyworkers and supporters to reach Islamabad to attend the “Amr bil Maroof” public meeting. He said, “Today is a battle for Pakistan and not for PTI.” He added that the PTI came out today to make history. Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said that at least 6,000 Rangers, Frontier Corps, and other security personnel are deployed for security purposes. According to Dawn, the PTI said that a train – carrying supporters from Karachi – had reached Lahore on Sunday morning. Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood, too, led a “large rally” from Lahore to the capital. “Other PTI caravans are on their way from across the country to participate in the historic public meeting,” PTI Senator Faisal Javed said. Information Minister Fawad Chaudhary said that over 43 representatives from international media organisations had gathered at Parade Ground to cover the rally. “The world will see this historic rally through the eye of the media,” he added. On March 24, Imran had called for a public meeting on March 27 against the “group of bandits” who had been “looting the country for past 30 years”. Meanwhile, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Maryam Nawaz, along with Punjab opposition leader Hamza Shehbaz have led her party caravan via GT Road to the capital, calling it the last nail in the coffin of the PTI government, Dawn reported. However, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid has warned the JUI-F will not be allowed to hold a protest in Islamabad. He further said that action will be taken against the opposition parties if they attempt entering the Red Zone.