A march in support of Scottish independence is expected to take place today, ahead of a rally being held on George Square. 

Organised by the Scottish Independence Movement (SIM), the march is expected to leave from Kelvingrove Park at 11.30am. 

The event is organised separately from the National's rally in George Square and is titled the 'Exit Brexit March'. 

Starting from Kelvin Way, the march will take the following route: Sauchiehall Street, Blythswood Street, Blythswood Square, West George Street, Nelson Mandela, Place, West George Street, George Square, George Street and disperse in Shuttle Street.

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Organisers have stressed that the march is a pro-independence march stating Scotland must have the right to decide on its own fate in terms of Brexit. 

SIM posted on the event's Facebook page: "The March is a Pro Scotland March to say Scotland must make its own decision.

"Only Scotland should decide on its own fate."

SIM was launched by former members of All Under One Banner (AUOB) including Manny Singh who was sacked by the organization after a conduct hearing in July. 

In May he was reported for having failed to comply with conditions imposed on a procession following an AUOB independence march. 

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Glasgow City Council called for the organisers to amend the first proposed route of the march which would have seen the march walk down Union Street and Queen Street. 

The Scottish Independence Movement states it is “a group of individuals, from varying backgrounds with one goal in mind – a free and independent Scotland”.