ISLAMABAD: Top security officials Tuesday night hashed out the security situation in federal capital’s ‘Red Zone’, where thousands of anti-government protestors are camped out demanding Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s resignation, electoral reforms, and a reelection,
According to sources, acting deputy commissioner Islamabad, Mujahid Sherdil, SSP Operations, and Pakistan Army’s Triple One Brigade’s Brigadier Sarfaraz held a meeting in the Parliament House.
Islamabad’s ‘Red Zone’ houses diplomatic posts, parliament, government offices and the presidential and prime ministerial palaces.
Reports have been doing rounds in the media that the government has made up its mind to break the sit-ins being staged by the demonstrators of Imran Khan led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri headed Pakistani Awami Tehreek.
Analysts say a crackdown on the camps of both the parties may be the order of the meeting..