ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan called an emergency conference of the Islamabad police tonight at 10 pm at the police headquarter.
As stated by the sources, a great number of police officials who are appointed on important official and public locations in the federal capital are expected to attend the meeting.
At least 5,000 officials of the Punjab police, 1,000 from the AJK police and 3,000 Frontier Constabulary (FC) personnel will deployed in the capital city to ensure security.
The entry point to the Red Zone from Radio Pakistan is blocked and people can only enter the high security area from the Convention Centre or the Secretariat sides.
Moreover, security cameras have been installed at different places in the capital to maintain an eye on the movement of people and thwart any ominous incidents. Besides, a camera has been put up at the Zero Point Interchange which can cover most parts of the vicinity.
Meanwhile, police are perplexed and uncertain about governments move over ‘Azadi march’ and ‘Inqlab march’ that whether it going to allow participants to enter Islamabad or not.
However, the district administration of Rawalpindi has proposed that the marches should be stopped in their respective districts otherwise it would be impossible to prevent from approaching Islamabad.
Furthermore, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is planned to address the nation today to take them into confidence about the government’s performance and the current political situation in the country.