Pakistan Army, Lahore police conduct joint flag march 

By: News Desk      Published: 04:45 PM, 26 Apr, 2021
Pakistan Army, Lahore police conduct joint flag march 

The Pakistan Army, Lahore police and district administration took out the joint flag march in capital metropolis Lahore, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Pakistan army vehicles also carried public awareness messages about combating the COVID-19.

The joint flag march started from SP Iqbal Town Operation office from Muslim Town and proceeded from Wahdat Road, Bhekewal Mor, Cream Market, Dubai Chowk, Scheme Mor, Chowk Yatimkhana, Babu Sabu, Gulshan Ravi, Samanabad and Scheme Mor and concluded at the starting point in Muslim Town.

Dolphin-Police Response Unit were also part of the joint flag march. In the flag March, vehicles of all police stations participated during the flag march.

Iqbal Town SP (Operation) Owais Shafiq and Assistant Commissioner City Faizan Ahmed Riaz were present during the flag march and visited Wahdat Colony Model Bazaar.

In view of the tense situation in COVID-19, the Lahore district administration took major decisions and announced there will be a penalty for not wearing a mask.

Lahore Division Commissioner Muhammad Usman talking to the press conference along with officials from Pakistan Army and Rangers and Lahore CCPO Ghulam Mehmood Dogar.

Muhammad Usman said that law enforcement agencies will hold a flag march after 4 pm daily.

Commissioner Lahore said that the traffic in the lockdown areas will be reduced to zero. While, in public and private offices, the attendance will be 50 percent. He said the administration will ensure the closure of markets by 6pm.

Reporter Waqas Ahmed