ISLAMABAD, Aug 21: The Islamabad police chief, in his reply to an explanation sought by interior ministry, admitted they had neither any equipment nor trained staff to deal with the stand-off at Jinnah Avenue on August 15, sources in police told Dawn.

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August 22, 2013 9:14 pm

BRAVO. Mr. IG. Police. Only this kind of truthfulness will forge the nation in the right direction. Now at least the Government will have to overcome this problem. Giving excuses would have only generated more nonproductive arguments and discussions.

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