Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Fawad Chaudhry said that the party’s long march will enter Rawat city today where former prime minister Imran Khan will unveil the next strategy.
While Taking to Twitter, the former federal minister said that the “final stage has arrived” in anticipation of the day Imran Khan will call supporters to converge in Rawalpindi.
“The final stage has arrived. Be prepared. Imran Khan will give a call to people today to reach Rawalpindi,” he tweeted. Fawad Chaudhry said that PTI leaders Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Asad Umar, who are leading separate convoys, will meet at Rawat today from where the marchers would move towards Rawalpindi.
The Punjab police have already finalized a security plan to welcome the long march of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf which is likely to enter the city on Saturday. As per the security plan finalized for Imran Khan after the gun attack in Wazirabad, more than 10,000 policemen will be deployed for security.
Sharpshooters will be deployed at the buildings on the route of the long march convoy, while the march will be monitored through CCTV and drone cameras. At least 15 sections (each consisting of five fully armed commandos, one vehicle, and a driver), of elite force and 122 commandos will also be deployed while more than 1,500 personnel, consisting of 75 reserves of police, will be on standby to deal with any emergency situation.
Punjab Government also provides 1200 Drone Cameras to Police aimed at advanced security measures.
In the case of Imran Khan’s participation in the march, he will be provided with “a box security cover in the style of the security of former prime ministers”.
Moreover, special security teams will surround the container of former prime minister Imran Khan during the long march in Rawalpindi.