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On March 14, SC had ordered the CDA to remove all barricades outside the two five star hotels in Islamabad, including those on the Agha Khan Road.
Addressing the media outside the court's Lahore Registry after the chief justice ordered the removal of barricades, Sanaullah said the government will complete the task before the deadline.
As hearing resumed today, the top court ordered to remove barricades from Punjab Chief Minister's camp office, residence in Lahore and Sharif family's residence in Jati Umra.
New Delhi [India] ( ANI ): A 21-year-old motorcyclist lost his life after his neck got stuck in a wire tied between two police barricades placed on the road near Netaji Subhash Place last night.
With the peninsula's security hanging in the balance, the barricades, each weighing 120 tons, have spawned safety concerns.
Media contacted Superintendent of Police, Sheikh Zubair, he said that orders have been issued for the removal of container, barricades and barbered wires permanently.
Founded in 2005, Beth's Barricades operates in the work zone traffic control and safety industry.
Tension gripped Ozamiz City on Thursday night when police offciers removed the barricades outside the house of Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Jr.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Minister for Interior and Narcotics Control Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan Saturday directed to remove all barricades from the roads linking with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
THE Delhi Police have turned Rajpath and other important buildings into a fortress ahead of Republic Day celebrations, but most of the cars entering the Capital remains unchecked despite cops installing barricades at all the exit-entry points and sensitive locations.
Terrorists set barricades by filling the trench pitcher granite, some sacks filled with soils, some municipal vehicles and some cars.
Extra barricades and notices, among others, have been put up to make the bus drivers and the commuters more aware and cautious.