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Sunday, 20 October 2019

Pakistan government will launch army to stop 'independence march'

Pakistan government will launch army to stop 'independence march'

The government is stunned by the preparations of right-wing party Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam to unseat Pakistan's Imran government from power. The government has devised a strategy to deploy armed forces to stop the independence march. Police have demanded more than 550 containers.

Stringent arrangements are being made to stop the independence march. Maulana Fazal, the head of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, has called an independence march against the Imran government on 31 October. Maulana Fazal has accused the Imran-led government of rigging and winning elections. All major opposition parties, including Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan People's Party, have already announced support for the protest march.

Trying to resolve the issue through negotiations

On the information, the Prime Minister's special assistant Firdaus Ashan said that the government is trying its best to handle the issue through dialogue. The government will decide according to law to protect the lives and property of the people.

Preparation also on option

Police in Islamabad has demanded more than 550 shipping containers before entering the city. The police have also prepared a contingency plan, under which 120 cargo containers will be used to seal Rawalpindi and Rangers.

Meeting at Pakistan Prime Minister's residence

According to sources, a meeting was held at Imran Khan's private residence at Bani Gala to discuss the law and order situation, in which various options to stop the march were discussed. It was decided in the meeting that the government will hold talks with all opposition parties including Fazal.

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