Islamabad administration implements section 144 on Imran’s arrival

The administration of Islamabad implemented Section 144 on Friday night, which forbids private businesses, security personnel, or individuals from carrying guns in the capital.

Drivers are required to keep their vehicle registration documents with them at all times.

The capital police warned civilians to avoid needless movement near the regions of G-11 and G-10, according to a tweet from the police department.

To guarantee the efficient execution of the traffic plan, “Chief Commissioner Islamabad has advised citizens to cooperate with the authorities and avoid needless movement.”

PTI leader Asad Umar claimed in the early hours of Saturday that Section 144 had been implemented in Islamabad and that cell networks had also been told to cease operations over the majority of the city.

According to traffic advice from the Islamabad Police, residents may experience traffic congestion as a result of the strict security measures surrounding the G-11 Court Complex.

In light of the current law and order situation, the police urged individuals to avoid unnecessary travel and suggested commuters choose alternate routes.

Imran is anticipated to arrive at the G-11 judicial complex around midday, and extensive security has been put in place there. To take control of security, a sizable police detachment has been stationed nearby.


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