ISLAMABAD - Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan will be addressing the joint sitting of the Parliament here on Monday (October 26) amid unprecedented security measures, sources in the Parliament House disclosed to TheNation on Wednesday. The Turkish Premier will be arriving here on October 24 on a three-day official visit with prime focus to boost the trade relations between the two brotherly countries. A number of trade agreements between the two states would likely be signed during the visit while the Turkish PM would also address the joint sitting of the Parliament, especially convened on October 26 at 04:00pm. The sources disclosed that extra-ordinary security arrangements would be made while high-level meetings were already underway to finalise the security measures in whole of the capital with special focus on Red Zone. The sources further informed that all the security passes of National Assembly and Senate Secretariat had been cancelled and fresh passes to selected people would be issued for the day to attend the joint sitting of the Parliament. It was further informed that National Assembly and Senate Secretariat staff would be given leave on the day and only relevant staff required for making arrangement for the joint sitting would be called and they would too be given special entry passes. It was further informed that a day before the joint session of the Parliament, the security of the National Assembly Secretariat would be handed over to Special Branch, while Rangers would be deployed in the Red Zone and even on the hills of Margalla to make the security of the area impeccable. The sources further informed that armed guards of the MPs would also not be allowed entry in the NA Secretariat on the day and they would stay outside the limits of the Parliament. Similarly, the media persons covering the Parliament would be issued special passes and in this connection the Press Information Department would be given instruction in a day or so. The inner security of the building would be the responsibility of the Special Branch while the police commandos would be deployed outside and on the rooftop of the building. The sources said that President Asif Ali Zardari and other dignitaries including heads of various political parties including Mian Nawaz Sharif would be invited to attend the historic event. It is pertinent to mention here that it would be the second joint session of the Parliament during the current parliamentary year while another joint sitting of the Parliament would be expected next month to give approval to the much talked about Balochistan Package prepared by the Reforms Committee of the Parliament on Balochistan.