LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif Friday presided over a high-level meeting to review law and order situation prevailing in the province at the CM Secretariat. Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Minister for Law Rana Sanaullah Khan, Col(R) Shuja Khanzada MPA, Chief Secretary Nasir Hameed Khosa, IGP besides Home, Law, Prosecution secretaries and senior officers concerned were present on the occasion. Addressing the meeting, the chief minister said Pakistan was passing through the most critical phase of its history and facing serious challenges like terrorism and extremism, adding that nothing could be more important than maintenance of law and order in the existing circumstances and the Punjab government was utilising all available resources for the purpose. He said the Crime Investigation Department (CID) was being reorganised for dealing with the menace of terrorism in an effective manner while cooperation of Turkey was being sought for providing training to police, equipping it with the latest weapons and improvement of other affairs. The senior police officers had already visited Turkey for the purpose, he added. He said Turkey had also faced the menace of terrorism for a number of decades but Turks overcame the problem thorough courage and determination, adding that terrorism would also be rooted out from Pakistan with unity and collective efforts to make it a heaven of peace. The chief minister said the law enforcement agencies would have to perform their duties with commitment and dedication and work with team spirit for eradication of the scourge of terrorism, adding the these agencies should adopt a coordinated mechanism for gathering information. He also directed to formulate recommendations for Anti-Terrorism Department. Earlier, the chief secretary gave a detailed briefing regarding CIDs reorganisation while the IGP informed the meeting about overall law and order situation in the province.