Islamabad Police put in place a strict New Year’s Eve security plan – archyde

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad police have issued a comprehensive security plan to ensure high vigilance in the federal capital and to effectively ensure law and order on New Year’s Eve.

Police Inspector General (IGP) Muhammad Ahsan Younas said more than 1,000 police officers and officers would be performing security duties on New Year’s Eve, BOL News reported on Friday.

He said Islamabad police had decided to take tough measures on New Year’s Eve to curb hooliganism, air strikes, fireworks and unicycling.

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Muhammad Ahsan Younis said that special police units are being deployed on various streets of Islamabad, and special police teams are also being set up in major markets and public places of Islamabad.

He said the Quick Response Force would be on alert to deal with any emergency situation while patrolling troops would also be stationed on the main roads of Islamabad.

Ahsan Younis said a major operation would be initiated against those attempting to perform deadly stunts on vehicles and motorcycles and strict measures would be taken against air strikes, hooliganism, unicycling and autoskating.

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IG Islamabad has said that no one should take the law into their own hands.

He said indecent acts with women and families in public places would not be tolerated and instructed the youth to abstain from celebrating illegal behavior and violations of the law.

IG Islamabad Ahsan Younis said the Islamabad police are on high alert for the safety and comfort of their citizens.

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