Ban imposed on election rallies

Abbottabad Deputy Commissioner ordered strict action against violators

App March 27, 2022
PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi addresses a rally in Sanghar. Photo: Express


District Administration Abbottabad imposed a ban on election rallies, aerial firing and the use of loudspeakers under section 144 in the city for three days due to security concerns on the eve of the Pakistan Military Academy (PMA) annual parade and local body elections.

Abbottabad Deputy Commissioner Tariq Salam Marwat ordered to take strict action against the violators including election rallies, use of loudspeaker, aerial firing those has been completely banned for three days on 27/28/30 March.

The ban was imposed keeping in view of the upcoming annual PMA parade and LB elections in district Abbottabad for 3 days. The ban was also imposed on blasting, mining and aerial firing around Kakul village while drone cameras were also banned to fly during the three days period.

An extraordinary security would remain on high alert in the city from March 27 while the top brass of the Pak Army would also participate in the PMA annual parade.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 27th, 2022.


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