ISLAMABAD (Online) - Following the bomb blast near the Parade Line Mosque in Rawalpindi during Friday prayers, stringent security measures have been taken in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad as additional police force has been deployed at all sensitive places. IG Islamabad and SSP Islamabad have directed police force to keep a close vigilance on suspicious elements while all entry and exit points of the twin cities are being carefully monitored to avoid any untoward incident after Pindis blast that claimed 40 lives while more than 80 injured in the gruesome bomb blast. After a blast in Rawalpindi, security has been put on high alert in the twin cities. The traffic in the city has returned to normal but security check has been tightened. Sources said that security in Rawalpindi has been put on high alert, with Pakistan Railways, Benazir Bhutto International Airport, bus stops, sensitive buildings and installations are being watched closely. Meanwhile, the students of National University of Modern Languages (NUML) are facing enormous difficulties to get their degrees and certificates and amount deposited by them for 2nd Convocation of the University. According to sources, the 2nd Convocation of the university was due to be held on November 21 and more than 4,000 students registered themselves and the administration of the university charged Rs 2,000 from each student. The students alleged that the administration of the University has no information regarding returning of their amount and the new dates of the convocation and the security guards of the university misbehaved with them. It is important to mention here that the Convocation of NUML was postponed after terror incident at International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI).