PM Imran makes surprise visit to Islamabad bazaars without protocol (VIDEO)
ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday made surprise visit of different localities of Pakistan's capital to inspect the business activities, implementation of anti-COVID standard operating procedures as well as development works.
A video of the premier's visit, shared across the social media handles of Prime Minister's Office, shows Khan driving a car himself on the streets of Islamabad. He is also seen stopping at a signal to let other cars pass first.
Prime Minister @ImranKhanPTI drove himself to public places in Islamabad without any security and protocol.— Prime Minister's Office, Pakistan (@PakPMO) May 2, 2021
The PM visited G-11 Markaz and talked to vendors. He instructed them to adhere to SoPs.
The PM also visited Sewerage Plant I-9 and Korang Cricket Ground. pic.twitter.com/zKUmKmaPt8
Accompanied by Senator Faisal Javed and Capital Development Authority (CDA) chairman Aamir Ahmed Ali, PM Imran visited the modular carts placed in G-11 Markaz under Ehsaas Program's Rerhi Baan initiative. He asked the cart owners about their business activities.
The prime minister, who also wore a mask, also advised a boy standing next to a cart in a bazaar to wear the mask as part of the government's efforts to strictly implement the anti-COVID precautions amidst third wave of the pandemic.
During his visit, the premier reviewed the Ehsaas Rehri Baan Pilot Project, Ramadan Sasta Bazaar, Sewage Treatment Plant at sector I-9, and under construction Korang cricket Ground where he was briefed by the CDA chairman about the projects.
He also inspected the stone lining of storm water drains.
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