Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has said the government will allow the PTI to hold its gathering in the federal capital if it remains peaceful under the constitution. Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Thursday, he said the peaceful protest is their constitutional and legal right.
He stated that if not, long march participants would not be permitted to access the federal capital territory. He claimed that we have the necessary quantity of rangers, FC, Sindh, and Islamabad police for this reason.
According to the interior minister the PTI has made a request to organize a jalsa/sit-in beginning on the fourth of the following month in Islamabad’s H-9 and G-9 sectors. He stated that the PTI’s appeal is being examined by the administration in Islamabad.
According to Rana Sanaullah, the leaders of all law enforcement agencies attended a meeting on the law and order situation on Thursday in Islamabad, where it was discussed issues related to the PTI’s long march. He claimed that the PTI’s very objectives were being evaluated professionally considering its unfavorable track record.
The PTI would never be permitted admission into the Red Zone, according to the Interior Minister. He declared that there will be no compromises made regarding the security and protection of significant buildings in the red zone, which serve as state symbols.
According to him, Article 245 is also being used to protect the red zone, under which the Pakistan Army will perform duties in the second-layer security tasks.