Minister for tight security on Independence Day


Staff Reporter

Provincial Law Minister Raja Basharat has directed the district administration across the province to ensure strict monitoring of Masajid, religious congregations and processions in their respective districts on the occasions of Eid-ul-Azha and independence day. Similarly, one-wheeling should be strictly stopped.
While presiding over the meeting of cabinet sub-committee on law and order at Civil Secretariat on Tuesday, the minister directed to provide foolproof security on the occasion of the visit of Sri Lankan team to Lahore.
He said that divisional and district administration should complete the security audit of schools in collaboration with the special branch by September 15 in the province. Similarly, all requirements should be fulfilled for the security of Jamia Masajid by arranging necessary equipment like walk-through gates, CCTV cameras, metal detectors, security guards and volunteers etc.
He further directed that the deputy commissioners should ensure strict implementation of governmental directions with regard to the collection of hides of sacrificial animals. Provincial Minister Ansar Majeed Khan, chief secretary Yousaf Naseem Khokhar, IG Police Arif Nawaz, ACS (Home), additional IG (special branch), additional IG (CTD), RPOs, commissioners and concerned officers attended the meeting. The meeting took a detailed review of overall law & order situation of the province.

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