ISLAMABAD: A big hindrance of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has been removed after the Islamabad High Court (IHC) had disposed of a petition against the PTI’s protest and sit-in call in the federal capital. The court had directed the petitioner to approach the proper forum to inform his grievances over the PTI’s call for locking down the city sit ins. The petitioner stated that the protests would disrupt the daily routine of the citizens and paralysed the federal capital. The court directed the citizen to approach the Chief Commissioner’s Office, which was a proper forum and authority to permit all kind of protests in the city and disposed of the petition. Meanwhile, four more separate petitions had been filed on Monday against the call of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) for protests and sit ins in the federal capital. The petitions were filed by the citizens including Tasleem Abbasi, Raja Maqsood Hussain, Faiz Ahmed Cheema and Muhabillah. The petitioners had prayed the court to issue a stay order against the PTI’s protest and also direct the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) to stop the telecast of interviews of PTI’s Chief, Imran Khan. The petitioner stated that Imran Khan was already a proclaimed offender in the parliament and the PTV buildings attack case. The IGP had failed to arrest the PTI leader. They further stated that the protests wouldn’t only cause a loss in children’s studies but would also affect business in the city. Interior Ministry, IGP Islamabad, PEMRA and Imran Khan Niazi had been nominated as respondents in the petitions.