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On the announcement of PTI’s seat in Faizabad, IG Islamabad has made it clear that illegal activity will not take place in the federal capital.

Yesterday, Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan announced a sit-in in Faizabad on November 26, and in this regard, Deputy Speaker Punjab Assembly Wasiq Qayyum has submitted an application to DC Rawalpindi.

Punjab Assembly Deputy, Wasiq Qayyum Abbasi, as regional president of Tehreek-e-Insaf DC Rawalpindi, has said in a question that Tehreek-e-Insaf will hold a rally near Faizabad on November 26 and will also hold a dharna.

The petition said the dharna was a continuation of a long march, and former Prime Minister Imran Khan would lead the rally and dharna.

PTI leaders also met the police and local administration. He said that on November 26, the participants of the conference will gather at Allama Iqbal Park, while the first stage will be organized in front of the Research of Pakistan building on Murree Road. Asad Umar and Shibli Faraz also visited the proposed site.

Announcement of IG Islamabad Akbar Nasir Khan

On the other hand, along with the political gathering and sitting, an important meeting was held under the leadership of IG Islamabad Akbar Nasir Khan, in which the IG has made it clear that all illegal activities will not be allowed in the federal capital. .

IG Islamabad said that due to possible closure of Islamabad gates, citizens may also face problems. It was decided in the meeting that police, FC and Rangers troops equipped with modern technology will be deployed to ensure the security of the red zone.

According to the sources, important decisions have been taken in a special meeting chaired by IG Islamabad, drones and body cameras have been provided to government officials, while terror threats have been detected, it has also been decided to take search service across the region. has done