Schools are open Capital police on Friday said all traffic routes including the red zone are open in Islamabad city. According to the reports, the traffic flow is normal on all the highways of Islamabad. The capital police said that routine activities are going on in all commercial centers of the city. While all schools and educational institutions will also be kept open as any interference in the routine life of citizens in the red zone will not be tolerated, the capital police said. PTI’s Chairman Imran Khan on Friday began his party’s long march from Lahore, asserting that his march is not for politics but rather it is for Haqeeqi Azadi (real freedom). PTI Chairman Imran Khan reached Liberty Chowk to start his Long March from Lahore after 3:00 pm. After gathering at Liberty Chowk, the marchers will trudge through Ferozepur Road, Ichhra, Mozang, Data Darbar and then head to Azadi Chowk. And tomorrow (Saturday), the marchers will hit GT Road to start their journey toward Islamabad. The march is expected to enter Islamabad on November 4 after passing through Kamonki, Gujranwala, Daska, Sumbrial, Lala Musa, Khariyan, Gujjar Khan and Rawalpindi. Imran along with his supporters is expected to stage a sit-in in the federal capital against the Shehbaz-led coalition government after the end of the long march. This will be Imran Khan’s second march towards Islamabad after he was ousted via a no-confidence motion earlier this year. Since his government’s removal, Imran is demanding fresh elections.