Police to ensure foolproof security on arrival of Emir of Qatar.

Byline: Tahir Niaz

ISLAMABAD -- Islamabad police have taken necessary measures to ensure foolproof security on the arrival of emir of Qatar in Islamabad today (Saturday).

Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, Qatari emir will land in Pakistan on Saturday. According to the police officials, IGP Islamabad Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar Khan chaired a meeting in this regard on Friday.

The IGP asked the police officials for better coordination with other law-enforcing agencies for the purpose. He was of the view that better coordination could yield better results. The IGP directed all the concerned to ensure combing and search operation in their respective areas so as to clear the city of any possible miscreants.

According to the decisions taken during the meeting, checking at entry and exit points of the city would be made stricter and the police would keep an eye on the suspects. Furthermore, a traffic plan would also be devised so that the residents do not face any convenience on the arrival of the high-profile guest.

Meanwhile, the police arrested 19 outlaws from various areas of the city and recovered wine, hashish, heroin, cash, and weapons from their possession, according to a police spokesman.

According to details, Aabpara police recovered two guns along with ammunition from the possession of Haq Nawaz and Arshad Khan. Tarnol police arrested two persons namely Umer Khan and Farzana Nadeem involved in immoral activities and recovered two wine bottles from their possession while the police also arrested another accused Arshad Khan for having 400 gram heroin...

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