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To ensure the safety of long journeys, the Ministry of Interior has issued instructions to the provinces, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir. ocn news

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Regarding the security concerns of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf’s long journey, the Ministry of Interior has sent letters to the governments of four states, Gilgit and Azad Kashmir, where the state governments have been instructed to ensure foolproof security. during long journeys

In a letter sent by the Ministry of Home Affairs, all state governments, GB and Azad Kashmir governments have been told to ensure foolproof security during long journeys.

The letter went on to say that the risk was assessed by the arrival of the real Azadi March in the twin cities. Different groups issued threats regarding this long march.

In the text of this letter, it is written that according to intelligence sources, the life of Imran Khan and people are at risk in this long march.

The letter written by the Ministry of Home Affairs includes part of the information obtained by the intelligence agencies. According to him, fear has increased due to the leak of the attacker’s video. The extremist members of Tehreek-e-Labeek Pakistan think that Imran Khan is responsible for the police operation against TLP in the country, so there are fears that Tehreek-e-Labeek may also attack in revenge.

The PTI’s alliance with the Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen and the participation of MWM-trained personnel in the Long Year made it a target for anti-Shia militias, especially the ISKP, as the Tehreek-e-Taliban took control. Afghanistan. A large number of ISIS operatives entered Pakistan from Afghanistan. Apart from this, there is a risk of a suicide attack by another terrorist group Al-Qaeda.

The Interior Ministry letter warned that there may be suicide or bomb attacks on public gatherings, PTI should postpone public gatherings in Rawalpindi.

It should be noted that the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan announced yesterday that the Long March will reach Rawalpindi on November 26, where he will announce the next action plan.

It should be noted that PTI’s Long March (Real Freedom March) started on October 28 from Lahore. A long PTI march was attacked near Allahwala Chowk in Wazirabad on November 3 by unidentified armed assailants, in which several people including Chairman PTI Imran Khan were injured and one person was killed.

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