Security To Remain Alert During Cricket Series In City: DC

MULTAN, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – fifth Jun, 2022 ) :Deputy Commissioner (DC) Tahir Wato Sunday mentioned that safety of town would stay pink alert from June 5 to 12 in reference to One-Day International cricket sequence between Pakistan and West Indies going to be began from June 8.

During his go to of Multan Cricket Stadium together with law enforcement officials to evaluate preparations for the cricket sequence right here, he mentioned that greater than 6000 officers of police, military and rangers could be deployed on safety obligation to keep away from any untoward incident.

DC mentioned that parking has been made at Fatima Jinnah Town and added that free shuttle service could be supplied to residents from parking stands to stadium.

Speaking on the event, the City Police Officer (CPO) Khurram Shahzad Haider mentioned that he himself was monitoring the safety preparations. He mentioned that officers of police, visitors police, elite drive, rangers, particular department and different regulation enforcement departments could be deployed on safety obligation at stadium, airport, route, parking factors, resorts and different locations.

He urged plenty to convey their nationwide identification card including that weapons, toy weapons, match field, fireworks, cigarette and different sharp edged weapons could be prohibited within the stadium. He mentioned that banners with hatred phrases would even be banned including that strict motion could be taken towards violators.

On the opposite hand, town visitors police has finalized visitors plan for public facilitation, CTP spokesman Muhammad Adnan mentioned.

He mentioned that the entry for the individuals coming from Vehari could be Gate No 5 of Fatima Jinnah Town and Gate No 1 was mounted for locals.

The CTP urged residents to cooperate with the visitors police and requested them to not convey meals objects, polythene baggage and different pointless objects with them.

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