Maulana Fazl ur Rehman chaired announced the plan B.
Earlier, Chief JUIF chaired the meeting with party leaders.
Sources said, the JUI-F plans to close all main roads throughout all the provinces.
It was also decided that all main roads of Islamabad and Rawalpindi will be closed as well by the protesters of Azadi March.
In the meeting, the JUI-F chief was briefed about the plan by all four provincial chiefs of the party.
Fazl showed his satisfaction over the arrangements in place for the plan.
Sources informed, The plan B is all set and the party leaders are called in the meeting which will be held on stage.
Sources also said, Maulana will make an important announcement after the discussion with opposition parties.
Earlier, The caravan lead by Maulana Fazlur Rehman proceeded to the Super Highway (M9) after smaller demonstrations departed from the city’s six districts and gather at Sohrab Goth, a statement said.
The Azadi March officially began “after an address by Maulana Fazl at Sohrab Goth” to show solidarity with the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir.
A large number of buses and other vehicles had been hired to transport the participants of Azadi March.
A senior party member said that the number of buses had already crossed 400.
Hurdles had been set up in major cities of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, with more than two hundred containers being set up in Islamabad, sources said.
Azadi March entered Punjab via Hyderabad, Sukkur, Ghotki, the convoy reached Dera Ghazi Khan, Multan and then Lahore via Islamabad, passing through the mountain ranges of Fort Miner and then Lahore.