No to public meetings in Islamabad

A high level meeting presided over by the federal ministry decided to set up modern monitoring system for protection of foreigners including Chinese in the country.

The meeting has also directed to chalk out a policy to maintain law and order in four provinces with regard to call for strikes on February 24 and March 3 given by the Opposition.

The meeting held here today reviewed country’s overall law and order situation. Police chiefs of country’s all provinces and secretary-interior, chief commissioner Islamabad, and chiefs of Rangers forces attended the meeting.

All the law-enforcing agencies have been told in the meeting that no lethargy would be tolerated as far as maintaining law and order across the country is concerned.

The secretary interior and chief commissioner Islamabad briefed the meeting about situation emanated from January 19, 2006 in Islamabad and decided no one would be allowed to hold public gathering in Islamabad.

However, to avoid such gathers the section 144 imposed in Islamabad continue to be static as yet.
Source: Geo News

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