Punjab on 9th, 10th: Pillion riding banned

Punjab on 9th, 10th: Pillion riding banned


A ban has been imposed on the flying/ use of drones, remote controlled model aircraft, flying cameras, quad copters, helicam and balloons for all types of aerial media coverage and sports actions throughout the province under section 144 CrPC.

Home Secretary Punjab’s orders will undoubtedly be relevant up and will come into force immediately.

Meanwhile, prohibition has also been imposed on pillion ridding through the state on 10 and Muharram 9.

Based on a notification issued by Home Secretary Punjab, a ban was imposed on pillion ridding on scooter and bike under section 144 CrPC.

The measure was taken within Muharram security measures.

Shahbaz ordered strict implementation of the code of conduct nab the nefarious elements as well as their facilitators in the province and framed for ensuring peace.

The CM additionally required the Cabinet Committee to meet regularly to be certain that the Code is being strictly carried out.

He said as extremism plagued the state, no negligence will be tolerated along with the enemy can cash in on the situation.

“We will foil bad designs of the enemy with all the power of unity,” he added.

“Islam teaches patience and tolerance.”

Pakistan belongs to the authorities, so, we need to forge unity.
The unity is vital fight off enemy and to keep peace.
Given the existing scenario, he explained, for taking emergent and foolproof security arrangements all concerned departments should be on their toes and use all energies.

The Chief Minister said that entire implementation of the security strategy evolved for the protection of Majalis and processions should be ensured and extra police force needs to be deployed at mosques, Imambargahs and other worship areas.

He directed that ban on literature and provocative material should be enforced firmly and action ought to be taken contrary to the violators as per law.

Likewise, on exhibiting arms prohibition should be implemented efficiently, Chief included.

Shahbaz said indiscriminate action needs to be taken against those violating wall chalking and giving provocative speeches.

Punjab Chief Minister explained that observance of routes and timings of processions should be ensured at each price.

The CM asked senior police officers keep their paths tidy and to maneuver along the processions.
Shahbaz warned that violation will not be taken at any cost.

Shahbaz directed that law enforcement agencies should keep close liaison and also moment to moment regarding law and order situation’s report should be obtained all over the province in the central control room.

Punjab Chief Minister said that all necessary equipments and machinery needs to be functional at each price.

Shahbaz said that members of peace committees at provincial, divisional, district and tehsil level should perform their responsibilities efficiently.

Secretary House gave a briefing concerning the steps taken for implementation of security strategy evolved for care.