ISLAMABAD: Extraordinary security arrangements have been put in place in and around the Federal Judicial Academy where Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will be quizzed by the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the premier’s family’s global money trail.
The Islamabad Traffic Police has issued a detailed plan to maintain the flow of traffic when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif visits the Federal Judicial Academy to appear before the Joint Investigation Team (JIT). The Islamabad Police, along with Rangers and other law enforcement personnel, have drawn up a special security and traffic plan for the premier’s Thursday visit.
A total of 2,668 security personnel, including 400 from the FC and 180 from the Punjab Rangers, have been deployed for the event. A security cordon has been put in place around the building, with the special entry for the media only.
The Islamabad Traffic Police has also issued a special traffic plan. According to the ITP traffic diversion plan, the road leading from Garden flyover to the Federal Judicial Academy will be closed and people should use the Shaibzada Abdul Qayyum Road. Moreover, the route from Mir Zafarullah Jamali Road to Lane Number 7, Sector H-8/4 would be closed and commuters have bene asked to stay on the Mir Zafarullah Jamali Road.
The PM’s brother, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, has also been summoned for questioning on June 17. Similarly, the PM’s son-in-law, MNA Capt (retd) Muhammad Safdar, has been summoned on June 24.