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Islamabad gears up to deal with upcoming ‘Azadi’ March


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The central government, as a feature of measures to keep up lawfulness during the up and coming ‘Azadi’ March, has prepared holders to close off the capital city’s Nadra and Serena roundabouts so as to verify the Red Zone.

As per police authorities, Islamabad’s Red Zone will be cordoned off with security fencing and water guns will be sent to hinder dissenters’ entrance. All section and leave focuses will likewise be fixed, they said.

Islamabad inhabitants who intend to join the dissent, drove by Jamiat Ulema-I-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), will be confined in their regions, police authorities said.

As indicated by the arrangement drawn up by specialists, Islamabad will be isolated into three layers of security. Police work force will be sent in the primary zone, Frontier Corps in the second and Rangers in the third.Police stations have additionally ordered mob gear from their arsenals as they support for a confrontation with dissenters, authorities had disclosed to Dawn not long ago.

Islamabad has not seen vicious road fights since the Tehreek-I-Labbaik Pakistan’s 2017 lockdown. Islamabad police’s mob gear, skilled by the United States, has been away since.

‘Azadi’ March

JUI-F boss Maulana Fazlur Rehman hosted declared in June that his gathering had chosen to hold an enemy of government long walk to Islamabad in the period of October in an offer to topple the administration, which he dismal had come to control through “counterfeit” decisions.

The Maulana had first set October 27 as the date for the long walk, however later conceded it till October 31, saying they would rather compose rallies on October 27 to express solidarity with the individuals of Kashmir, who might be watching a dark day everywhere throughout the world against Indian monstrosities in involved Kashmir on that day.

PM Imran Khan on Friday had comprised a seven-part group under Defense Minister Pervez Khattak to draw in the JUI-F and other resistance groups in front of their arranged walk. The JUI-F boss on Satur­day had given an approval to his gathering’s secretary general and Senator Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri to meet the Senate executive, who, as an individual from the administration arranging group, had reached him over phone and looked for a gathering.

On Sunday, after the PPP questioned the arrangements, Rehman hosted halted his get-together’s assignment from meeting Sanjrani, saying a choice on converses with the legislature would now be made by the resistance’s aggregate Rehbar Committee.

On Monday, after a gathering of the Rehbar Committee, JUI-F pioneer Akram Durrani told the media that the alternative of arrangements with the legislature is dependent upon the gathering being allowed to take out a serene ‘Azadi March’ on October 27.