Pakistan News / Islamabad D-8 Summit > The federal government announced a public holiday in Islamabad on Thursday on the eve of D-8 Summit beginning tomorrow.
Rehman Malik told to the reporters that there will be public holiday in the federal capital tomorrow due to D-8 Summit.
He said entry of motorcycles and unrelated people in Red Zone has also been banned.
Malik said foolproof security arrangements are being made in Islamabad for the summit being attended by leaders of Iran, Turkey, Egypt and other countries.
The interior minister said banned outfits have recruited Afghan nations to carry out terrorist attacks in the country. Based on intelligence information, he said, terrorists could hit Islamabad and Rawalpindi on 7 and 9 Muharram.
“A 12-year-old seminary student is missing in Islamabad. We have released his picture,” he said, fearing the boy could be used by terrorists. Malik said that army could be called in if needed.