In anticipation of the imminent return of PMLN’s leader, one of Pakistan’s major political parties, preparations are in full swing for a grand Jalsa (public gathering) at Minar-e-Pakistan. To ensure the event’s smooth execution and manage the large influx of party members and supporters, the traffic police have devised an advisory plan. Greater Iqbal Park and its vicinity will see increased traffic personnel, with over 1,500 wardens deployed under the guidance of divisional officers.
In an effort to enhance the convenience of the attendees, 16 designated parking areas have been established, including three dedicated drop-off lanes for participants arriving in larger vehicles. Lahore City Traffic Police has issued an appeal for cooperation from attendees to ensure a seamless flow of traffic.
Special arrangements have been made to guide participants arriving from various routes. Those coming from GT Road via Lahore City will follow the route from Mureedke G.T. Road to Kala Shah Kaku and then proceed to the Jalsa Gah (gathering place).
Similarly, participants arriving from Faisalabad Motorway will take Sargodha Road to reach the Jalsa Gah via Niazi Chowk. Those approaching from Multan Road will utilize the Motorway Babu Sabu route to reach the Jalsa Gah via Band Road Niazi Chowk.
For participants arriving from Qasoor Ferozepur Road and Mall Road, the route will lead them to the Jalsa Gah via Kutchery Chowk Datta Darbar. Cars coming from Kutchery Chowk will be directed to park on Saggian Rang Road, while those coming from Niazi Chowk will park on Rang Road.
The advisory emphasizes the importance of keeping routes clear for ambulances and emergency vehicles at all times. Additionally, various parking points, including Timber Market to Niazi Chowk Jungleat Department, and Lari Adda Bus Stand, will be effectively utilized for management.
With detailed planning and coordination, PMLN is gearing up for this historic gathering to welcome Nawaz Sharif, and the city is filled with anticipation for the momentous event at Minar-e-Pakistan.