PAT activists refuse to shift sit-in to D-Chowk

IG Punjab asks Fed govt to relieve 3500 cops from Red Zone

ISLAMABAD (NNI): Inspector General Police Punjab has asked the federal government to return 3500 personnel of his force who are now deployed in Red Zone.

According to reports, Islamabad police has started withdrawing the Punjab police personnel from Red Zone for their return to the places of their posting. The police personnel have reportedly been summoned back due to situation arising out of floods in different parts of the province.

The sources said after the withdrawal of 3500 police personnel, the security staff strength including police, rangers and FC would come down to 28,000. In related development, Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) actvists Saturday refused to return to D-Chowk, forcing Allama Tahirul Qadri to withdraw his announcement.

Qadri’s container was again parked in front of Cabinet Block at workers’ insistence. According to the PAT’s workers, they will not retreat from their position at any cost.

On Friday, the PAT had announced shifting their sit-in to D-Chowk in line with the party’s decision. Inqilab marchers were directed to vacate the area. The PTI chairman Imran Khan announced Friday that he would shift his sit-in to D-Chowk due to lack of proper space. NNI

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