The meeting decided that the government will not create any hurdle in the way of JUI-F's Azadi March

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – A meeting held at the Ministry of Interior on Wednesday decided not to allow participants of Azadi March to enter Red Zone at any cost.

The decision was taken during a meeting of Interior Ministry with Interior Secretary in the chair. Representatives of law enforcement agencies, Pakistan Army, Rangers, Chief Commissioner and IG Islamabad also attended the meeting.

During the meeting, it was decided that the government will not create any hurdle in the way of JUI-F s Azadi March, but it will not allow anyone to take law in hands.

Concerned authorities were directed to ensure the safety of the lives of citizens in Islamabad and taking measures to not affect daily life of citizens in any way.

The meeting also set up a special traffic plan to facilitate people living in Islamabad and from the surrounding areas.

The meeting was also informed that Police will be deployed on the first level for security, rangers at second level while Army for the security of sensitive areas.

The meeting was told that in case of any provocation and mismanagement, the administration will play its due role.