Presence of TLP supporters at Muslim Mosque Lohari Gate before start of PML-N rally disturbed leaders.
Interim home minister denies arrests of political leaders, says govt has no intention of doing so.
Witnesses say police baton-charged protesters heading towards Lahore's airport.
Punjab police ordered to release unlawfully arrested workers, bail granted to 237 detained for violating ECP code.
Banners and streamers don’t dominate the skyline and the sight of vehicles adorned with slogans is uncommon.
PTI leader Shafqat Mahmood reminds Sharifs' supporters that their party had also impeded protesters when in power.
Says its party chairman was not allowed to use Lahore airport but the PTI chief was.
Claims state institutions are being made controversial due to alleged partial decisions against the PML-N.
Several clashes take place between PML-N workers and police in Lahore and other districts of Punjab.
LHC orders authorities to release all detained PML-N workers and leaders.
Police claim 200 arrests; PML-N says over 400 detained.
The petitioner alleges the police have been threatening the families of arrested workers with dire consequences.
Shahbaz says the elder Sharif is not returning to the country for any personal benefit but for the sake of people.
The international travellers have been asked to reach at least six hours prior to the departure time.
“The situation has changed as the arrests are making headlines in the local and international media."
Lohari Gate is a central point of three constituencies -- NA-124, NA-123 and NA-125.
The protesters block Multan Road by parking tractor-trolleys and burning tyres.
Sharifs have been trying hard to convince the rival groups to shun their differences, but to no avail.
During the last few years people in different cities had been looted by similar fraud of selling antique gold coins.
10,000 police officers to be deployed across city; containers to block off main roads and roads to airport to be sealed.
More than 100 PML-N workers have been arrested for rallying, obstructing a NAB official from arresting Mohammad Safdar.