ISLAMABAD: Islamabad has been declared a no-fly zone for kites, drone cameras, and pet pigeons as a part of safety measures for Pakistan Day parade on March 23.
The Islamabad police underneath the course of prime safety forces of the nation will likely be making certain that the no-fly ban stays intact through the occasion being held at a time when anti-terror operations are happening throughout the nation.
Over 2,500 personnel of Islamabad police will carry out safety duties for the parade.
The Capital Territory Police (CTP) have devised an elaborate safety plan for the massive day. The operations head of CTP, SSP Sajid Kiani held a briefing of SP (Metropolis) Zubair Ahmed Sheikh, SP (Rural) Syed Tanveer Mustafa, all SDPOs and SHOs and defined the safety element.
The SSP directed for efficient checking and excessive alert safety in any respect routes main in the direction of the parade floor.
SSP Kiani has divided the district into 4 sectors every to be monitored by an officer of SP rank. Equally, an officer of DSP rank will likely be deputed in every sub-sector.
Joint pickets have been erected at numerous factors whereas squads of Eagle, Falcon, Charlie, Speedy Response Power and mobiles are to maintain a examine on suspicious automobiles and other people. Policemen will likely be deployed at roof tops whereas Reserve Power will stay on alert to sort out any untoward state of affairs.
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