Sindh Government Gets Army Help to Implement COVID-19 SOP

Pursuant to Article 245, the Sindh government has sought the assistance of the Pakistani army to introduce coronavirus SOPs as cases of virus spread throughout the country.

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Sindh Government Gets Army Help to Implement COVID-19 SOP

According to the details, the provincial government has approached the Ministry of the Interior seeking military assistance to the civilian administration in accordance with Article 245 of the Constitution.

The Sindh government has announced that it will inform the Ministry of the Interior of further information on military employment and equipment following consultations on the matter.

Army troops had been deployed in Islamabad and Peshawar the day before after Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that their assistance would be needed to ensure the implementation of health protocols.

Islamabad administration officials had visited various areas of the city on Friday with army personnel to implement coronavirus virus protocols.

Commissioner Assistant Rana Musa Tahira, accompanied by the army and police, had visited various trade districts and dealt with offenders.

Prohibition of interregional transport

Due to the rapid increase in the number of Covid-19 cases in the country, the National Command and Operations Center decided to extend the inter-county transport ban on Saturdays and Sundays until the 17th of the following month.

At the forum meeting with Asad Umar, Minister of Planning and Development, the proposed closures in cities with a high prevalence of diseases were discussed as chair.

It was agreed that the decision to block would be taken after a deliberate discussion by all stakeholders.

The forum said that some of the proposed restrictions would include the closure of markets and shopping centers, less needed services, and the complete closure of educational institutions.

The forum confirmed that a total of 6901 beds have been accommodated in the Covid-19 cases to meet the increased requirements.

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