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PTI’s ‘Azadi March’ could affect school exams in Islamabad

Supporters of PTI visits celebration rally in Islamabad on July 30, 2017 – Reuters.
  • Parents are afraid of violence in Islamabad during the long march, I propose virtual Exams.
  • Government takes strict security measures steps in Islamabad will take part in the PTI march.
  • Punjab Administration plans pinch down mobs PTI on them way in Islamabad.

ISLAMABAD: current annual exams of in public and private schools in the federal capital could be affected by PTI’s “Azadi March” as regulators for public and private the education sector has not decided anything about the exam schedule yet, News reported Sunday.

PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday announced go to islamabad on May 25, according to the anti-government campaign achieve early elections.

Fearing violence during the Azadi march, parents offended of “indecision” of education regulators and proposed virtual Exams.

PTI activists and supporters will meet with their leader Imran Khan on Sri Nagar Highway to begin march – demanding immediate dissolution of National Assembly and date for new elections – and stay in Islamabad until their demands are met. PTI plan execution and escalation of voltage it can cause in federal capital in mind, fear of parents seem genuine.

Majority private educational institutions are located in sectors H-8, H-9, H-10 and H-11 along the highway which starts at Murri Road (Kashmir Chowk) and ends near Tarnol towards Peshawar.

Muhammad Kamaluddin, government official from G-11/4 area said ‘News’ that two of his sons were enrolled in school H-11 and were currently is sitting for their annual exams.

He said that since the PTI Azadi March should take place on Srinagar Highway, he’s unlikely to take his sons to school on Wednesday because of blockades or sabotage and fears of violence.

the resident demanded. of education regulators clear confusion over current annual exams to relief of parentswho, according to him, were worried about both study and life of them children.

Jehan Ara, mother of four, also complained about failure of authorities to take decision about upcoming exams of upcoming long march PTI in Islamabad and said it showed bad condition of affairs in the education system and the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

She rules out possibility of continuation of inschool exams in light of unstable situation in the country in general and in in city in specific and said just like days of the COVID-19 pandemic, exams should be carried out online to relief of students, especially minors.

federal government of Education, regulator for government schools in Islamabad, yes already summer holidays announced in elementary schools from May 16 due to extreme heat.

Government takes strict security measures steps handle the PTI march

Meanwhile, the Islamabad police have completed a comprehensive plan to check traffic of PTI activists and keep them away from the federal capital, News This is reported with reference to officials. responsible for law enforcement in capital city.

After announcement of Long March PTI government instructed law enforcement agencies (LEAs) to carry out strategy to face the situation. Following orders, law enforcement dismantled all PTI camps. set up forthcoming of march.

Ministry sources said the Punjab administration would close down on crowd on This way in Islamabad. “Law enforcement use all the resources to stop the crowd from moving towards Islamabad”, they added.

Islamabad police chief unveils comprehensive plan for checking the crowd and demanded of more or less than 25,000 force members, including police officers, riot squads, rangers, women commandos and anti-terror units from different provinces, with them complete command systems in his hands, the sources told this correspondent.

At the initial stage leaves of police personnel have been cancelled, with the exception of for emergency cases. Notification in on this occasion was issued by the police department, saying: “All kinds of of departures, except for emergency ones, are prohibited (incl. on public holidays) from May 22, 2022 until further notice.”

Islamabad police after the rallies with various law enforcement and intelligence agencies have decided to keep the peace at every turn. cost, sources said and added what military troops could be called in assist the civil administration in preserving in view law and order situation.

“Sort of antidharna force – composed of Rangers, Punjab Police, Police Commandos, Counter Terrorism Squad and women commandos – will be created for clear Location in The red zone, especially around D-Chowk to National Assembly Square and all of Constitution Avenue, will be cleared; however, entry and exit points will be closed to maintain normal life,” the sources said.

Sources in the Ministry of Internal Affairs said: “According to the demand, heavy forces of law enforcement agencies will be requisitioned from different provinces to place on sensitive points including the Red Zone and the diplomatic enclave,” adding that some 22,000 personnel from different provinces call in to help Islamabad police. Among them will be 8,000 policemen. of Punjab Police Force, including 2000 personnel of riot control unit, 2000 personnel from Sindh, 500 women police commandos and extras force of 4000 personnel of Rangers and other paramilitaries were asked to maintain law and order during the PTI march. on Islamabad.

“For possible detentions of “villains”, about 100 prisoner wagons and 15,000 shells of law enforcement demanded tear gas to counter assassination attempts of creating disorder in in city”, – say sources in the ministry.

Police officers visited a sensitive location of Capital, including the Red Zone, which has already was placed in a container and surrounded with barbed wire and sensitive points entrance from Rawalpindi or IJ Principal Road.

Newly appointed Inspector General of Federal Metropolitan Police Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan, when contacted, said that “the red zone, especially the diplomatic enclave, will be well protected and the security measures of the most sensitive area will not be compromised.”

Law enforcement dismantled the camps set up by PTI near the residence of Imran Khan Bani Gala in order to avoid any unfortunate incident, since the security services have declared these camps a security risk.

PTI management confirmed that over 4,000 PTI activists may stay in those camps. All arrangement of Security will be completed by Tuesday, the sources concluded. Our correspondent adds from Lahore: Lahore police began crackdown on PTI employees and managers on Monday to stop them from moving to Islamabad in connection with party a long march.


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