Islamabad: Before arrival of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) long march in Islamabad, the police of the capital city have beefed up security at internal and external roads.
The police personnel will be deployed along with body cameras while the body cameras will be used in Islamabad for the first time.
Equipped with modern technology, police, frontier constabulary and personnel of rangers will perform their duties.
Imran Urges PTI Workers Reach Rawalpindi On November 26
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan yesterday had urged his workers to reach Rawalpindi on November 26.
Although the PTI got permission to hold its rally in the federal capital in connection with its Long March.
A notification to this effect was issued by the office of District Magistrate Islamabad on yesterday
PTI Writes Letter To Get Permission For Rally In Islamabad
Earlier, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf has written a letter to Islamabad deputy commissioner seeking permission to hold a rally at Koral Chowk.
PTI President (Islamabad Chapter) Ali Nawaz Awan wrote an epistle and dispatched it to the Islamabad deputy commissioner on Saturday.
He requested the administration to issue a No Objection Certificate to the PTI for holding a peaceful rally in Koral Chowk. The permission for rally was not granted citing section 144.
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