The top election body last month initiated the process to remove 70-year-old Khan as chairman of his party following its verdict in the Toshakhana (national depository) case.
The chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party suffered bullet injuries in the right leg when the gunmen fired at him in Punjab's Wazirabad area on November 3.
Pakistan: Imran Khan arrives in Islamabad, party caravans converge towards rally venue in Rawalpindi
Khan left his Zaman Park residence in Lahore around 1 pm local time in a bullet-proof vehicle, which was sent to his place. He is expected to address his supporters at around 6 pm.
Khan, who is recovering from bullet wounds suffered during an assassination bid, is set to address his supporters in Rawalpindi on November 26.
The march, demanding fresh general elections, was suspended following the attack on Imran Khan on November 3. He will join the long march in Rawalpindi when it reaches there in 10 to 14 days.
The Punjab police have confirmed that seven people were injured and a person was killed during the firing incident. As per the police, the deceased has been identified as Muazzam Nawaz, reported Dawn.
The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) has also directed television channels not to live telecast PTI leaders’ speeches and the long march.
Government officials must declare all gifts, but are allowed to keep those below a certain value. Khan is accused of failing to declare some gifts or the profit made from selling them.
Senior PTI leader Asad Umar, rejecting the clip as concocted, said the audio was a compilation of talks given on different occasions.
Khan's main goal is an early general election -- the next one must be held before October next year -- but the government has shown no sign of wanting to go to the polls.
Imran Khan's PTI and the Election Commission of Pakistan have been at loggerheads.
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Pakistan's import bill for the previous fiscal year stood at USD 80 billion, while exports amounted to USD 31 billion.
The talks are to be held in a bid to contain the ongoing political and economic turmoil. The date for the next general elections is expected to be in October 2022, sources said.
Khan was ousted in a no-confidence vote in Parliament in April, a move he claimed was a U.S. conspiracy charge that both his successor and Washington deny.
These directions have been given in the wake of Imran Khan-led PTI's propaganda alleging certain ISI officials of trying to manipulate the upcoming by-elections in Punjab to the disadvantage of PTI.
The PTI has made Maqsood a household name by alleging that he served as a peon in one of the companies of PM Sharif and that his bank account was used for money laundering.
The Peshawar High Court granted Khan the bail to the 69-year-old former prime minister against a surety of Rs 50,000, the Geo News reported.
The court heard the petition that said the 69-year-old cricketer-turned-politician asked his supporters to go to the D-Chowk where protestors clashed with the police.
The judges gave a deadline for the commissioner to come up with a plan to let them hold its rally in a peaceful manner as it also directed PTI's lawyer to "sit at the negotiating table" with officials
Chaudhry, the former information minister, also said that the PTI has refused to be a part of the so-called election for which the party has nominated ex-foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.