Security plan for Imran arrival in Pindi finalised


The security plan ahead of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan’s arrival in Rawalpindi to lead Azadi March has been finalized on Tuesday. As per the special security plan finalized for Imran Khan after the gun attack in Wazirabad, more than 6,000 policemen will be deployed for security.

Sharpshooters will be deployed at the buildings on the route of the long march convoy, while the march will be monitored through CCTV and drone cameras. Welcome camps will be established at Murree Road from tomorrow, while special security will surround the container of former prime minister Imran Khan during Azadi March in Rawalpindi.

Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed shared a video message on Twitter to announce that Imran Khan’s long march would receive a historic welcome at Rawalpindi’s Committee Chowk.

Meanwhile, he said that Imran would hopefully finalize the date of his arrival at Committee Chowk. He further said that an emergency meeting of all focal persons would be called at 2pm on Nov 18 (Friday) to finalise the preparations. Rashid also said that Lal Haveli his political office would be made the long march’s emergency camp office. The caravan which will resume its journey to Islamabad is currently in Jaranwala. After the gun attack, Imran Khan is addressing the participants of the march via video link on daily basis.


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