FC, Rangers summoned Islamabad for security amid No-confidence motion

FC, Rangers summoned Islamabad for security amid No-confidence motion

From March 20 to April 2, special powers will be granted to the Islamabad Police, Rangers, and Frontier Constabulary (FC) in the federal capital, according to Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed.

In an interview with the media on Wednesday, the minister said that around a thousand FC and Rangers personnel have been summoned to Islamabad for security following the joint opposition’s no-confidence motion to oust Prime Minister Imran Khan.

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Rashid stated that our law enforcement agencies are fully capable of dealing with any untoward situation, and that more personnel would be deployed if necessary to maintain law and order.

The government, according to the interior minister, will provide full security and protection for both the March 25 and March 27 rallies. “The Interior Ministry is responsible for ensuring the protection of people’s lives and property,” he added.

He said that if the opposition wanted to hold a rally on March 27, they should seek permission from Islamabad’s Deputy Commissioner. He added that the administration would ensure the opposition rally’s safety.

He did say, however, that no one would be allowed to take the law into their own hands, and that those who did would be dealt with harshly.

According to the interior minister, both the March 25 and March 27 rallies will be fully secured and protected by the government. “It is the Interior Ministry’s responsibility to ensure that people’s lives and property are protected,” he added.

If the opposition wanted to hold a rally on March 27, he said they should seek permission from Islamabad’s Deputy Commissioner. He continued by saying that the administration would ensure the safety of the opposition rally.

He did say, however, that no one would be allowed to take the law into their own hands, and that those who did so would face harsh penalties.

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