ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Saturday vowed to go ahead with his plans of a 'lockdown' of the capital saying 'tsunami' on Nov 2 cannot be stopped

Talking to reporters near his Bani Gala residence, Khan advised PTI supporters to travel in groups, saying when they arrive in small numbers the police "puts them in jail".

He also hinted to PTI supporters that instead of taking the main route where police is stationed, they should opt for hidden routes to arrive at the site telling them to avoid arrest till November 2.

Reiterating his plans to put up a grand show in Islamabad on Nov 2 to seek accountability of the Prime Minister Khan said, "we will show on Nov 2 what democracy is".

He asked the supporters, many of who set up camps and spent the night near the PTI chief's residence, about their comfort and directed his party managers to ensure their well being. He assured the workers that they would get food till their stay.

Meanwhile, PTI chief Imran Khan’s sister Aleema Khan reached Bani Gala on late Friday night to participate in the sit-in.

Breakfast for the supporters was prepared in large cauldrons.

PTI workers spent the night out in the cold in Bani Gala. They went ahead and asked their chairman for warm water and shampoo.

The workers were served breakfast at Bani Gala where cooks made the meal in large cauldrons set up in the courtyard.

Normalcy returned to the twin-cities as Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf cancelled its warm-up rally on Saturday to avoid arrest of its workers.

Local administration removed containers in Rawalpindi from the road leading to Lal Haveli and Committee Chowk and Islamabad metro bus service was restored.