Strict security measures plan for the security of protest in Islamabad

PTI Protest in Islamabad

PTI Sunday, 11 may protest in front of Parliament House in Islamabad, participants not only search through “walkthrough gates’  rather trained dogs will also be used for detect the smell of explosives.

Earlier, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan had announced to participate in the procession that any weapons were recovered from the vehicle or the vehicle stopped if a child will be riding.

11 may protest

Interior minister headed the special meeting of heads of the district administration

Strict security measures are the arrangements for reviewing, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Friday presided over a meeting of the heads of the district administration and the relevant security agencies participated.

District of Rawalpindi and Islamabad Inspector General of Police Commissioner and other senior government officials were made on the occasion; the minister informed the security arrangements. The deployment of the police personnel, traffic plans and the arrangements made for the media, were also discussed.

The meeting was informed that those who came to the protest, Walkthrough Gates used for this, trained dogs will be used for smelling the explosives. The participants of the protest, CCTV cameras to keep an eye on are being installed.
The minister directed the district administration to ensure the safety of participant’s every possible measure should be taken for this purpose.