KEEPING in view the tense situation prevailing in the country, the government has decided to beef up the security of Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, reported the BBC on Monday. Necessary instructions in this behalf have been issued to Islamabad police high-ups and the National Database Registration Authority (NDRA) to take steps in this regard. This step has been taken in the light of reports sent to the Interior Ministry by secret service agencies. In a letter written by the Interior Ministry, it has been pointed out that close-circuit cameras would be installed over the space, spreading from Supreme Court building to Chief Justices residence in Judges Colony. The letter further underscored the need for enhancing the number of securitymen in CJs security squad besides increasing police strength outside CJs residence. The Interior Ministry sources told the BBC that a proposal has been made to install 10 close-circuit cameras at the SC building, Shahra-i-Dastoor and in Judges Colony. Cameras for this purpose have already been purchased, the sources added.