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Chinese premier’s visit to Pakistan: Army assume security charge

- May 21, 2013 - Updated 2220 PKT - From Web Edition

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan army has assumed security responsibilities ahead of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang first visit to Pakistan.


Police and paramilitary Rangers would assist the Pakistan army troops during the two-day visit of the Chinese prime minister.


The capital’s Red Zone area has been sealed off as part of security arrangements and the employees of the offices located in the zone will have to show their service card to enter the area.


The army will also guard the hotel where the visiting dignitary would be staying.


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