Staff Reporter: 

QUETTA: In a decisive move to prioritize public safety and uphold law and order, the Balochistan government has opted to suspend mobile services in Quetta on the eve of 12 Rabi ul Awal, observed on Friday. This decision is prompted by the deployment of thousands of policemen across the city, tasked with overseeing and managing various processions and gatherings.

While the exact duration of the mobile service suspension has not received official confirmation, a credible source within the Balochistan home department has affirmed the temporary halt of cellular services.

This strategic choice to suspend mobile services perfectly aligns with the comprehensive security measures established to facilitate the seamless execution of numerous processions scheduled in the provincial capital during this momentous occasion.

This forward-looking measure primarily seeks to safeguard public safety and curtail potential disruptions, ensuring a peaceful observance of this significant event. To navigate this period, both residents and visitors are strongly advised to plan ahead and remain updated on the latest developments regarding the mobile service suspension in Quetta.

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