Save Gaza protest at D Chowk Islamabad, citizens are worried about not getting an alternative route

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Save Gaza protest at D Chowk Islamabad, citizens are worried about not getting an alternative route

The Save Gaza protest at D Chowk Islamabad has been going on for 10 days. Four days ago, after two people were killed in an incident where a car ran over protesters, the administration closed the roads leading to D Chowk. Citizens are facing serious problems due to the failure of the administration to provide alternative routes.

The closure of ‘Save Gaza Camp’ and adjacent roads established in D Chowk of the federal capital Islamabad has become a headache for the people and a question mark for the district administration.

For the first seven days, dozens of protesters blocked D Chowk and then a car ran over them late at night, killing two people and injuring three others. have been closed.

The main highway of the city, Jinnah Avenue is closed from Kulsoom Chowk, Fazal Haq Road is closed from Polyclinic Hospital, Embassy Road is completely closed, Ataturk Avenue is closed, Nazimuddin Road passing through Press Club is also closed.

This is the busiest zone of Islamabad, where the public and private offices, schools, business centers are closed, the citizens are giving decades in the extreme heat, but the Islamabad administration is not crawling on its head.

Talking to Geo News, DC Islamabad Irfan Nawaz Memon said that negotiations are going on with the victims. The camp will be completed soon. But they don’t have an answer when.

The question is, how can the Islamabad administration allow dozens of protesters to block any road?

Why are those who set up camps in the name of Gaza making the lives of the citizens of Islamabad miserable?

What is the fault of those who go to schools, offices, hospitals and businesses in extreme heat?

Why can’t the Islamabad administration implement the rules to allow roadside protests without blocking the road like other world capitals?

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