BAHAWALPUR - Tight security arrangements would be made throughout the Punjab during Muharram while 19 districts of the province had been declared sensitive, said Punjab Inspector General of Police Haji Habibur Rehman.“As many as 9,000 mourning processions will be taken out throughout the province while 9,000 Majalis will be held during the month. 125,000 security officials will be deployed for the security of these processions and Majalis and to maintain peace and also army and rangers troops will remain on high alert,” he said. He added that on the direction of the Punjab chief minister, a strict action will be taken against those spreading sectarianism. Loudspeakers Ordinance will be implemented in letter & sprit and a strict action will be taken against the violators, he added. “Flag march of security troops will be held. Movement of people in Madaris, hotels and rented homes will be monitored. Metal detectors will be used and walkthrough installed on the entry points of processions. Policemen must remain on their duties till the end of processions and Majalis,” he said.On the occasion, Bahawalpur Division Commissioner Muhammad Khan Khichi said that all the security arrangements had been finalised for maintaining peace. He said that Bahawalpur was a peaceful city and the police would do its best to maintain peace. He said all the entry and exit points of Bahawalpur Division were being monitored.He said that 106 places of the division had been declared sensitive. He said that 513 processions will be taken out in the division while 1,392 Majalis will be held. He added that the administration had imposed a ban on 75 religious speakers out of them 33 belong to district Bahawalpur, 19 to Bahawalnagar and 23 to Rahim Yar Khan. Total 125 speakers have been banned across Bahawalpur Division, he said. He said that a mobile peace committee consisting of Ulema and members of civil society had been constituted and a control rooms had also been established.