PM seeks plan from interior ministry to tackle PTI’s long march
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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has sought a plan from the interior ministry to tackle the upcoming Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) long march towards Islamabad, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Monday.
It has also been proposed to call in the contingents of Punjab police, Frontier Corps, and Rangers in the federal capital.
The personnel of the aforementioned law-enforcement agencies will start arriving in Islamabad from tonight.
The government has also started sealing the paths leading to Red Zone in Islamabad.
Meanwhile, the capital’s administration has written a letter to the Islamabad inspector general of police (IGP) for provision of security regarding the PTI’s long march on Srinagar Highway.
The administration has written a letter to the Superintendent of Police (SP-Operations) too for providing security.
The administration has written a letter to the assistant commissioner of Islamabad industrial area too for providing security.
Also, the administration has received the PTI’s request for a public meeting in Islamabad.
The police will send a report about the PTI’s long march to the administration.
The administration will finalise its action in the light of the police’s report.