Long March

Govt likely to seek military’s help to get red zone cleared

ISLAMABAD: The Government of Pakistan has kicked off consultation on acquiring military’s assistance in getting the red zone of Islamabad cleared of all protesters, ARY News reported.

According to details, official activities at the Constitution Avenue are terribly affected in the wake of the ongoing sit-ins by the participants of Inqilab and Azadi March, for the past 19 days.

The government has kicked off consultation to seek military’s assistance for ending weeks’ long occupation of the red zone by the protesters led by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT).

Sources told that the government will get a resolution passed with full support of the House, seeking military to vacate the red zone. The resolution will be tabled at the end of the ongoing joint session of the parliament.

It was said that the resolution will be stressing on the clearance of Islamabad’s red zone through a constitutional way, following which the government will formally issue the orders in this regard.

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