The entry from Rawalpindi to Islamabad may be shut on November 26 in advance of the PTI long march, according to the federal police.
The Islamabad Inspector-General (IG) Akbar Nasir Khan presided over a meeting regarding the law-and-order situation, according to the capital police on Twitter.
The meeting’s attendees went through the federal capital’s security conditions. IG Akbar Nasir Khan said during the event that all political activities in Islamabad would have to adhere to the law.
The police head stated that “police, FC, and Rangers will be deployed to guarantee the security of the Red Zone” and added that on November 26 traffic from Rawalpindi to Islamabad might be stopped.
In light of the potential of terrorism, he added, search activities will be carried out in the city. Any form of legal impediment will be subject to strict action, he added.
Imran Khan requested that party members and supporters arrive in Rawalpindi on November 26 a day earlier. He instructed party members and sympathizers to arrive in Rawalpindi between noon and one o’clock. He said, “I’ll meet you there.”
“You [workers and supporters] should try to reach between 1-2 pm. I will myself address and give the next plan of action,” the PTI Chairman added, reiterating that there was no other solution to the country’s issues than fresh and fair elections.
“We can never achieve real freedom while sitting at home,” the former prime minister said, urging the supporters to come out and forced the government to call snap polls.