The Islamabad Police says that action will be taken against individuals who demonstrate in the capital without permission from the government. The spokesperson announced that the political figures who have cases filed against them would be detained. The spokesperson urged the people to report any suspicious behaviour to 15 and urged the political leaders to demonstrate at designated locations with permission from the administration. In addition, the police advised the public to phone 15 to inquire about the status of the routes after political leaders announced their closure. Federal law enforcement authorities will keep an eye on the highways leading to the airport, the spokesperson claimed, adding that routes will remain open for both domestic and foreign travellers departing from Islamabad International Airport. Read: IHC directs PTI, Islamabad admn to resolve long march NOC issue On Monday, during the hearing of a petition filed by the PTI against the Islamabad administration’s denial to grant permission to hold a rally/sit-in in the federal capital, the Islamabad High Court directed both parties to resolve the NOC issue, otherwise, the court would look into it. Justice Aamer Farooq heard the main petition filed by the PTI seeking permission to hold its rally in Islamabad. A miscellaneous petition was also filed by the Islamabad administration apprising the court that it could not allow the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf to stage its rally/sit-in keeping in view the security situation and threat to Imran’s life that might endanger the lives of other people participating in his long march. The court on the ICT administration petition issued a notice to the PTI. At the outset of the hearing, the court inquired of the state counsel whether he had submitted some petition.