MULTAN - The district police have launched a crackdown on terrorists and arrested an alleged suicide jacket manufacturer from a neighbourhood located in suburbs of the city, sources disclosed on Friday. The arrested person is identified as Bilal Engineer, who belongs to Amjad Farooqi Group of Taliban. According to police sources, as many as seven suicide jackets, satellite phone, illicit arms and sensitive documents have been recovered from the accused. The arrested terrorist is being quizzed by the agencies and some other terrorists have been rounded up from Lahore on information obtained from him, source added. Meanwhile, security is beefed up in Multan and adjoining areas in view of prevailing law and order situation in the country. Uniformed contingents and plain clothed personnel have been deployed at all sensitive and important installations, police offices, government departments, schools and colleges. Sources disclosed that the Regional Police Officer Multan Arif Ikram and City Police Officer Saud Aziz carried out sudden visits of Sher Shah Oil Depot and Chenab Bridge and issued special orders for intensifying security at both the sensitive installations. Weve installed flood lights around the oil depot while security guards and cops are deployed across the boundary wall to avert any untoward incident, an oil depot official told journalists. He said barriers and concrete blocks were placed at all entry points and the vehicles and drivers entering the area were being thoroughly checked. According to sources, Special Branch personnel were also deployed at the Sher Shah Oil facility. Similarly, heavy contingents have been deployed at the Chenab Bridge. Along with installation of lights, the patrolling at the bridge has been intensified. Besides sensitive installation, the overall security arrangements are also reviewed. Police vehicles and motorcycles kept patrolling their respective areas throughout the day. Similarly, contingents were deployed at almost all the crossings, mosques and imam bargahs.