IGP of Islamabad claims that security precautions are being taken to make Imran Khan’s court appearance easier

Islamabad – The Inspector General of Police in Islamabad, Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan, stated that the Judiciary Complex had undergone the best security measures prior to PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s presence in the Toshakhana case.

He said this while reviewing security measures at the Judiciary Complex and added that the measures were meant to make it easier for Imran Khan to appear rather than to obstruct his convoy.
After a week of turmoil due to his incarceration in Lahore, the former prime minister is travelling to the capital to attend the Toshakhana case hearing.

The IGP explained to the media that only a small portion of the roadways had been restricted to prevent difficulties for commuters. He claimed that specific instructions had been given to staff to safeguard security because adversaries might take advantage of the circumstance.
I cannot talk about possibilities, Imran Khan said in response to a journalist’s question regarding the likelihood of his imprisonment. Recalling a recent terrorist event in Islamabad, he claimed that Section 144 had been implemented in the capital.

As Imran Khan prepares to appear in court, PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry has voiced worries about the federal capital’s road closures. He claimed that “Gaza” had been substituted for the court’s entrance route. He said that in opposition to the unfair administrative actions, he will write to the Islamabad High Court. It is unacceptable for police terrorism to follow administrative actions.

4,000 people had been deployed, according to a tweet from the Islamabad police, to provide security for the PTI chief’s visit.

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