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Claiming that VIP culture has been ended in KPK, Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, on Sunday vowed that roads would not be closed even for Prime Minister's protocol in KPK. A number of party members started shouting slogans against PTI Karachi president Ali Zaidi.

Talking to newsmen in Karachi, Khan acknowledged that the previous party polls were manipulated by some because of structural problems at grass roots level.

A protester outside the Insaf House told Samaa that the workers were protesting against what he called unjustified allotment of party tickets in recently held Local Government elections.

Khan also admitted mistakes in past elections in his party, and said "we have learnt a lesson".

The announcement comes a day after a 10-month-old baby girl died due to the VIP security protocol provided to Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari at Karachi's Civil Hospital.

About the last year's "secrete meeting" between the two counterparts, Imran said: "Meetings of the two prime ministers, from the secret meeting in Kathmandu to the one in Lahore, must be done through institutional frameworks with the Minister of Foreign Affairs in the loop for sustainability".

Khan left for airport to depart for Islamabad without even taking any police guard or protocol vehicle with him.

In Peshawar, the provincial government notified that the prime minister or chief minister would be provided security, but traffic would not be stopped for them.

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