PTI government unveils final strategy to deal with Azadi March

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PTI government unveils final strategy to deal with Azadi March

ISLAMABAD – The federal government has devised its final strategy to tackle Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-F’s (JUI-F) “Azadi March” and decided that use of force will be the last option if the protest spread anarchy.

According to the details garnered, the federal government decided to take strict action against marchers if they will try to enter Islamabad’s Red Zone. It was also reported that Prime Minister Imran Khan has given complete authority to the government’s negotiation committee, headed by Defence Minister Pervez Khattak.

Furthermore, the PTI-led government has decided to hold talks with the protesters if they stage a sit-in in Islamabad and they will use of force as last option.

All private schools will remain close in Islamabad on Thursday (tomorrow) citing uncertain security, law and order situation when the opposition parties’ Azadi March will enter the federal capital.

Private Schools Association’s president stated that the decision to reopen the schools will be taken in light of the developing situation. The secretary of the association said that the decision has been taken for the safety of schoolchildren.

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