PESHAWAR: Condemning the arrest and torture on workers in youth convention in Islamabad, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) provincial leaders have claimed that thousands of workers on Friday started marching towards Islamabad to participate the party rally of November 2, and warned the government for creating any hurdle before marchers. PTI MPA Shah Farman, talking to media before departure for Islamabad, said that the use of force against peaceful PTI workers, including women, and youths is highly condemnable and completely unfair. He said the holding protest a democratic right of any political party, but the arrest and harassment of workers was unbearable and strongly resisted. “Our strategy has been now changed, because of yesterday episode in Islamabad. PTI workers and provincial leaders started moving towards Islamabad to participate in the party rally of November 2, Shah Farman said. When asked about the scheduled PTI rallies in Nowshera and Mardan in KP, he replied that now workers will attend final political showdown in Islamabad. He said the workers cannot wait for November 2, but they will start protest and ‘sit-in’ from today. Accompanied by MPA Fazal Elahi, Arif Yousaf, Nazim Peshawar, Arbab Asim and others, PTI legislator blamed the government for creating clashes and confrontation situation by using of force against the peaceful protesters. He claimed that thousands of workers from Nowshera, Mardan, Charssada, Swabi, Peshawar and Malakand and others parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, are being started marching to Islamabad, under the new strategy.