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Mirza orders strict security during Rabi-ul-Awwal

By Haris Afzal on Friday, February 4, 2011 with 0 comments

Mirza orders strict security during Rabi-ul-Awwal

KARACHI: Sindh Home Minister Dr Zulfiqar Mirza on Friday condemned the bomb blast at the shrine of Baba Haider Sain in Lahore and condoled with the bereaved families.

Mirza in the view of Lahore blast directed Inspector General of Sindh police to ensure foolproof security around major shrines of Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukkur regions, adding district and town police officers should remain in close coordination so as to avoid any untoward incident.

He directed police to chalk out a solid security plan for the shrines with help of Auqaf Department and install CCTV Cameras and walk-through gates at the sensitive places.
He directed police to ensure frisking of visitors of shrine with help of volunteers of the Auqaf Department.

Home Minister directed that to build boundary walls around the shrines, adding that the hawkers and the food stalls should be removed from the shrine courtyards. He directed police to brief private security guards deployed at shrines about the security plan. He asked for sharing of intelligence reports with other law enforcers.

Mirza directed IGP Sindh to alert the police on the eve of Rabiul Awal and ensure foolproof security around the mosques, Imambarghas and other public places. He directed to provide security to the gatherings and procession, being organized on the eve of Rabiul Awwal.

Category: Pakistan News



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