Rawalpindi residents asked to refrain from attending any gathering

Rawalpindi: Punjab government has asked residents of Rawalpindi to refrain from attending any gathering at any place in the city including Liaquat Bagh. A spokesman of Punjab government said that section 144 is also in place besides curfew. He said gathering is not allowed at any location in the city. The spokesperson has appealed the residents of the city to stay in-door. He also said no decision about relaxation of curfew has yet been made.

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