Islamabad - The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration yesterday conditionally allowed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to hold its 20th Youm-e-Tasees on April 24, 2016 at Fatima Jinnah Park, making the party bound that the participants would peacefully disperse at the end of the convention.

Similarly, the organisers shall ensure that the participants shall not move beyond the identified boundaries of the venue. “Anti-state, anti-religion, sectarian or anti-ideology of Pakistan slogans or speeches shall not be made. Effigy/flag of any political or religious party/person shall not be burnt.

Weapons/firearms of any kind, including batons, sticks or any instrument that can cause bodily harm, shall not be taken at/near the venue of the convention,” read the 41-point undertaking/code of conduct submitted by Asad Umar, member national assembly and organiser of the PTI event, on behalf of party chairman Imran Khan to the district administration.

The undertaking said internal security of the venue shall be the responsibility of the organisers. “No infant/ child under the age of 12 years shall be allowed at the venue and the organisers take responsibility on this account except with their lawful guardians.”

“If because of violation of any term/condition, situation arises which may resort to use of force, the organisers will be responsible for any casualty, if occurs. In case of violation of any of the abovementioned terms and conditions, the organisers shall be liable to face legal proceedings and NOC shall automatically cancel,” the undertaking said. Earlier in the day, a meeting was held at the F-9 Park in which representatives of local police, district administration and special branch participated. The meeting reviewed overall security arrangements for the event.

Meanwhile, the contingents of Islamabad police and Pakistan Rangers conducted a search operation in various areas of the city and nabbed 11 suspects, a police spokesman said yesterday. He said that officials of Islamabad police, Pakistan Rangers and other law-enforcement agencies searched more than 400 houses in areas of Moharian and others adjacent areas. The search operation was also participated by SDPO Bani Gala and SHO Bani Gala police station. The police team also recovered two 30-bore pistols, repeater guns, 12-bore gun, 7-MM rifle and ammunition of various bores from them.