Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's caravan on Saturday left for Lahore from Gujranwala, where he had stayed last night after a fiery speech in which he raged against judges of the Supreme Court.
This is the fourth and last day of his 'homecoming' rally that set off from Islamabad on August 9.
He will pass Kamonki on his way from Gujranwala. The caravan will be joined by a rally from Sialkot, led by Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique.
Upon reaching Lahore, Sharif will address supporters at Shahdara Chowk and then at Data Darbar, which will be his final stop.