Roads were blocked, schools were shut down and traffic was disrupted as the supporters of Imran Khan took to the streets to protest against the recent bid to assassinate him.
The former Prime Minister was shot in the leg at an anti-government rally last week and is now recovering from his wounds.
The police officials confirmed that the protests have caused difficulties for those trying to get to work.
Imran Khan's supporters rallied to protest against the assassination attempt he faced at an anti-government rally last week.
The ex-cricket star has been calling for a general election since he was ousted as a prime minister in April.
The protests led to blocked roads, closed schools, and disrupted traffic around the capital.
While the police confirmed that the protests were affecting the daily lives of the citizens, the supporters remained steadfast in their demands for justice.
The event sparked outrage across the country, with many calling for the government to step up their security measures for public rallies.
However, the characterisation of the protests differed across sources, with the Reuters simply reporting on the events while Al Jazeera provided more background information on Imran Khan's political career and agenda.