In Islamabad, security is on high alert ahead of a vote on a no-trust motion.

In Islamabad, security is on high alert ahead of a vote on a no-trust motion.

The federal capital was placed on high alert by the city administration following the National Assembly’s vote on the no-trust motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday.

The Red Zone has been designated as a highly restricted area, with the general public not being permitted entry. Only Margala Road will be open to the public for access to the Red Zone, with three-layer containers installed on the other routes.

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The metro bus service will be suspended on election day, and political rallies from Rawalpindi will not be permitted to enter Islamabad. Pillion riding is also prohibited in some areas of the federal capital, according to the capital administration.

The roads leading to Red Zone have already been strewn with Rangers and FC personnel. For purposes in Islamabad, additional cops have been summoned from provinces.

It is important to note that the vote on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan will take place tomorrow.

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