OKARA - The district police officer said that during Ramazan, the police would remain on high alert to ensure law and order, whilst the district coordination officer said the price magistrates and secretaries of the Market Committee would ensure the sale of cheap eatables in the district. Police personnel will be deployed outside mosques and Imambargahs during prayers, he said, pledging that no dereliction on the part of the police would be tolerated. He also said that maintenance of law and order is the responsibility of the administration. He sought help of Ulema, traders, journalists and social dignitaries in order to control crime. He also claimed to have arrested several gangsters with illicit weapons. On the other hand, the Okara district coordination officer said that during Ramazan, the price magistrates and secretaries of the Market Committee would ensure cheap eatables according to the Punjab governments directives. He said that quality of the items should also be maintained and in this respect any dereliction will be given zero tolerance. He further said the shopkeepers having sold quality goods at cheap rates earning less profit can also earn blessings of Allah. DCO directed the officers concerned to have a round of Ramazan bazaars on daily basis and take strict action against profiteers. He also ordered stern action against those who violate the Ramazan Ordinance, saying that in these bazaars, quality and prices will be kept in control. COMPLAINTS: The Complaint Cell retrieved the land of complainants from grabbers. Official sources said that 63 complaints against Qabza Mafia were received and out of them 54 cases had been settled. However, they said, on the rest of the complaints action was on. District Collector Zaheer Abbas said victims should approach the Complaint Cell opened in the DCO Office in this regard.