Imran Khan, the former Prime Minister and Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has led his party's election rally in Lahore, officially marking the start of the PTI's campaign for the next round of elections in the Punjab province, which are scheduled for April 30.
The rally began from Zaman Park and saw Khan leading the procession in a bulletproof vehicle.
It passed through different areas of Lahore before concluding at the Data Darbar.
The event marked Khan's first electoral activity in over four months after he was attacked in November last year, but he has now declared himself fit enough to participate in the campaign.
The Gulf News reports that Imran Khan has led the first major electoral activity for the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in Lahore, marking the start of the party's campaign for elections in the Punjab province on April 30.
After being attacked in November, Khan has been recuperating at his residence in Zaman Park but rescheduled the rally from April 12 to April 13 after Section 144 was imposed on the city.
The procession itself began at Zaman Park and saw Khan lead in a bulletproof vehicle, with the event culminating at Data Darbar.
Pakistan Today also covered the event, describing it as the start of the PTI's 'final campaign' in Punjab.
The report described the event as being 'massive', drawing crowds from across Lahore, and featured speeches from prominent PTI officials.
Dawn, meanwhile, focused on one particular incident that occurred during the rally.
The report states that PTI supporters were involved in a scuffle with police officers in Lahore, after the authorities attempted to prevent the procession from proceeding through the city.
PTI officials accused the government of trying to disrupt their campaign, while local police said that they were merely following orders.
While the various reports differed in their focus, they all agreed on the significance of the event in marking the start of the PTI's election campaign in Punjab, as well as Khan's return to political activity after his earlier setback.