Islamabad police evolve technique to take care of potential protest

ISLAMABAD: Islamabad police have developed a complete plan to take care of potential sit-in of opposition events within the federal capital, ARY Information reported.

In a letter, the police restrain accommodations, motels and visitor homes from offering lodging to the protesters. Catering, sound system and tent service suppliers have been additionally warned towards any cooperation with the marchers.

As a part of the safety measures, the police additionally directed the crane, excavator machine operators, energy generator distributors, welders and {hardware} shops to not facilitate the individuals of the potential protests.

Earlier on October 10, the police division had cancelled the leaves of all its officers in Islamabad in view of potential sit-in introduced by Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) within the federal capital.

Learn Extra:Islamabad Police leaves cancelled forward of possible JUI-F sit-in

In response to a notification, no police official of Islamabad Capital Territory shall be granted any form of depart until additional orders besides within the case of maximum emergency.

The police forces had commenced preparations for upcoming protest and sit-in of JUI-F in Islamabad.

The personnel of the Anti-Riot Unit (ARU) of the Islamabad police division had participated in coaching classes at Police Line headquarters.

Particular classes have been organised every day to coach cops for dealing with crowd to handle any untoward state of affairs.

Law enforcement officials had been instructed to make sure their very own security throughout the mass gatherings and sit-ins in addition to barring these making an attempt to disturb regulation and order state of affairs.

Islamabad police division has summoned extra contingents comprising 20,000 officers from different provinces to spice up safety of the federal capital.

 

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