In line with particulars, all markets of town are additionally partially closed as protestors of the banned outfit proceed their march to the federal capital.
Authorities has suspended cell phone and web service in a number of areas of Punjab and residents are going through extreme difficulties as protestors have closed each side of the GT Street close to Kamoke.
CM Buzdar chairs key assembly to evaluation legislation and order state of affairs
Chief Minister of Punjab (CM) Sardar Usman Buzdar on Thursday has chaired a key assembly in reference to ongoing protest of banned outfit.
Through the assembly, the CM was briefed over the legislation and order state of affairs throughout the province whereas he additionally reviewed safety preparations for the safety of the residents.
In the meantime, CM Buzdar directed the involved authorities to take strict motion in opposition to these concerned in extremism.
Provincial legislation minister Raja Basharat, chief secretary and Punjab inspector common had been additionally current within the assembly.
Rangers given powers to keep up legislation and order in Punjab for 60 days: Sh Rashid
Inside Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed mentioned that Rangers have been given powers to keep up legislation and order state of affairs in Punjab for the following 60 days.
Speaking to media in Islamabad, he mentioned that Punjab authorities has been given authority for 60 days underneath Anti-Terror Act and Rangers have been summoned for 60 days underneath Article 147.
The minister mentioned that the Punjab authorities has been given authority to make use of Rangers wherever it desires for subsequent 60 days.