More than 100 political, religious and government figures were directed to improve security in Punjab
Red alert was issued on Eid al-Fitr, under the threat of terrorism. According to details, Eid al-Fitr directed to improve security of more than 100 political, religious and government figures across Punjab. As per the fear of terrorism, it has also been recommended to increase security arrangements during the meeting of the Eid-ul-Fitr prayers and later on meeting the political figures of the political figures.
In this regard, authorities have been issued security alert in all the districts. The cities where a red alert has been issued. These include 9 cities including Faisalabad, including Rawalpindi, Bhakar, Manowali, Lahore, Sargodha, Dera Ghazi Khan, Muzaffarh and Rajanpur. Special measures have been directed to secure security arrangements in those cities.
Security concerns have been shown in open places for Eid ul-Fitr prayers. All Regional Police Officers and District Police Chiefs have been directed by IG Police Punjab to make regular consent by creating a security plan today. The idea of terrorism in the days of festival increases the fear of terrorism in public places and places like this, security agencies make every possible effort to protect the lives and property of the people and protect security by creating security as a philosophy. Trying to reduce, Eid al-Fitr has also been instructed to keep high security on security at public places with festivals and rush, while ordering for additional security has been issued on many e-pilgrims so that citizens To ensure safety.