LAHORE - Justice Sheikh Ahm-ad Farooq of the Lahore High Court Tuesday directed the Inspector General Police, Punjab, to inquire into the allegations that a female trainee at Sehala Police Training Centre sent obscene and threatening messages to her and take action under the law if offence is prima facie made out. The petition was filed by one Rabia Jamil, the spouse of a doctor, who alleged that one Shahida Abdul Sattar, a trainee police women at the said Centre sent her vulgar and threatening messages. Security stepped up CCPO Tareen has directed the police to step up security in all the sensitive areas to avoid any untoward incident on the occasion of procession of Youm-e-Shahadat Hazrat Ali (RA). He also emphasizes on special surveillance and checking of all hotels, inns and bus stands to thwart any possibility of subversion and to ensure law and order on this occasion. According to an official handout, CCPO further claimed that the police would remain on high alert in order to maintain peaceful atmosphere and harmony in the provincial metropolis. He was presiding over a special meeting of senior police officers here on Tuesday to review security arrangements for the procession of Youm-e-Shahdat Hazrat Ali.