Pindi continues to have law enforcement personnel deployed. Though life has returned to normal in the city following the restoration of the metro bus service and the reopening of Murree Road and its arteries, law enforcement agencies remain deployed.
On Sunday night, life in the city resumed normalcy following an agreement between the government and the Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP). Shortly after the development, the City Traffic Police began removing containers, concrete blocks, and barriers from Murree Road and its adjacent streets.
Clearing the Faizabad junction took several hours due to the containers being filled with sand/mud. The road was reopened in the early morning hours of Monday. Pindi law enforcement presence has not ceased.
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The metro bus service resumed operations following several days’ suspension, resulting in a significant financial loss for the service and inconvenience for commuters.
However, the train service between Rawalpindi, Lahore, and Karachi has not been restored six days after it was suspended.
Residents of the twin cities, particularly students, office workers, and traders, faced hardship due to the road closures. While TLP workers and activists maintained a sit-in in Wazirabad, law agencies remained stationed there. Pindi law enforcement presence has not ceased.
After several days of suspension, the metro bus service resumed operations, resulting in a significant financial loss for the service and inconvenience for commuters.
However, six days after being suspended, train service between Rawalpindi, Lahore, and Karachi has not been restored. The twin cities’ residents, particularly students, office workers, and traders, endured hardship as a result of the road closures. While TLP workers and activists occupied Wazirabad, law enforcement agencies remained stationed there. The presence of law enforcement officers in Pindi has not ceased.
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