Gwadar will be made a weapon-free city and special measures will be taken for the security of Chinese investors, engineers and experts working on different projects in the port city.
An meeting held attended by security officials both Pakistan and China at Gwadar.
The meeting was attended by Maj. General Azhar Naveed, provincial Home Secretary Akbar Hussain Durrani, Brigadier Shahzad Iftikhar Bhatti, Brigadier Saqib, Director General of the Gwadar Development Authority Dr Sajjad Hussain, Deputy Director General of China’s Ministry of Public Security Q.U. Jainging and senior officials of China’s foreign ministry Ms Lili & Zhang Maoming.
Commissioner of Makran Division Bashir Ahmed Bangulzai, Deputy Commissioner of Gwadar Abdul Hameed Abro, Gwadar SSP Tariq Khilji and officials of the Gwadar Port Overseas Holding Company also attended the meeting.
Gwadar security has been already handed-over to Pak Army and it has been decided that Gwadar Port will be weapon free city to ensure investors to continue trading in peace and calm environment.
Resident cards will be issued to local people of Gwadar and people coming out of Gwadar will be registered in entry points and their record will be maintained.