*LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has decided to spend the concluding week of the election campaign in Lahore, rather than in the federal capital Islamabad.*
The party has therefore decided to not hold the grand political gathering announced on July 23 at iconic D-Chowk in Islamabad. Instead Imran will campaign in Lahore on July 18,19,21 and conclude the election campaign on July 23 two days before the general elections.
The party will organise rallies and campaign in the provincial capital where it is seeking control from the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) who faces further troubles over the incarceration of former premier Nawaz Sharif.
Imran Khan will visit the NA-123 constituency in Lahore on July 18 from where he is also seeking elections. He will visit three constituencies NA-133, NA-135 and NA-136 on July 19.
According to the campaign schedule, Imran will spend a busy day on July 21 visiting NA-124, NA-125, NA-126 and NA-129 constituencies.
The last day of the election campaign will be on July 23 when Imran will visit NA-128, NA-130, NA-131, NA-132 and NA-134 constituencies.
Iftikhar Durrani, central president of the PTI media wing, has said that Imran Khan will spend the concluding of the election campaign in Lahore.
Imran will also arrive in Karachi on July 22, and will spend the last day in Islamabad prior to the election. The campaign, which kicked off from Mianwali has seen Imran Khan across the country, will conclude in Lahore.