Islamabad police complete preparations for PTI's long march
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The Islamabad police have completed their preparation for the long march, reported 24NewsHD TV channel Wednesday.
According to details, a total of 13,086 officers, including two deputy inspector generals of police, four senior superintendents of police and 11 superintendents of police will be posted at the long march venue.
Thirty assistant superintendents of police and deputy superintendents of police will also be posted.
Moreover, 4,265 Frontier Corps officers, 3,600 Rangers personnel and 1,022 policemen from the Sindh police will be on duty during the march.
The officers will be provided 616 tear gas guns, 50,050 shells, 611 twelve-bore guns and 36,700 rounds. Moreover, 2,430 masks and 374 vehicles will also be given to the police.
All police officers and personnel have been instructed to remain unarmed.
Over 500 containers have been placed on a standby at 22 different spots of capital, including Margalla Hills to counter the PTI long march.
The 1,100 containers had been arranged to seal the capital completely during the PTI’s long march and out of the total 525 containers have been placed at 22 different roadsides so far.
Reporter: Farzana SIddique