Capital’s security put on high alert


By Uzma Zafar

ISLAMABAD: On the special directions of Islamabad Capital City Police Officer (ICCPO) Dr Akbar Nasir, the security of the federal capital Islamabad has been put on high alert amid possible security threats.
According to details, all senior police officers were directed to remain vigilant within their jurisdictions. Furthermore, comprehensive steps are being taken to strengthen and fortify the security arrangements for Eid Milad-un-Nabi processions.
In accordance with the prevailing circumstances, all entry and exit routes in Islamabad have been subject to heightened scrutiny. Surveillance and monitoring are being enhanced through the utilization of Safe City cameras.
Officers and personnel on duty have been instructed to further bolster security measures, including strict monitoring of suspicious vehicles and individuals, and ensuring that officials at duty points should be equipped with bulletproof jackets and helmets.
Instructions have been issued to officers to expedite security efforts against suspected individuals in the federal capital. The safety of citizens’ lives and property are among the top priority of Islamabad Capital Police, and any elements seeking to disrupt the peace of the city will not be tolerated.
Masses are advised to carry their identification documents during their travels and cooperate with the police personnel at checkpoints. Citizens are urged to report any suspicious person and activity by dialing Islamabad Capital Police helpline Pucar-15.