Federal government permanently bans gatherings in Islamabad


Islamabad, May 29 (UNI) Following the chaos that unfolded at former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s rally in Islamabad, the Federal Government has decided to impose a permanent ban on the entry of rallies and parades in the capital in an attempt to curb the disorder, Express Tribune reported. on Sunday.

This decision was taken during a meeting chaired by the Minister of Justice Rana Sanaullah, which was also attended by the Ministry of Interior and police officials and they decided that gatherings or demonstrations would not be allowed. only after the signing of a written agreement between the administration of Islamabad and the organizers.

“Violence against police and law enforcement cannot be allowed,” Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said. “We cannot let disbelievers hold the country hostage. Therefore, in the future, no long marches or tumultuous processions will be allowed to enter Islamabad,” he added.

The Inspector General of Islamabad and Punjab Police, as well as police officers from Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Sheikhupura and Sargodha districts also attended the meeting.

Earlier, Islamabad police on Thursday registered a complaint against President and former Prime Minister of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, and several other PTI leaders in connection with the riots that took place during of his Azadi walk.



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