RAWALPINDI - A high-level meeting was held at Commissioner Office Saturday to review the security arrangements made by City District Government Rawalpindi (CDGR) for the peaceful passage of Muharram-ul-Haram. Senior Advisor to Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa chaired the meeting along with Chief Secretary Punjab Nasir Mehmud Khosa and Inspector General of Police (IGP) Punjab Javed Iqbal. Home Secretary Punjab Shahid Khan, Commissioner Rawalpindi Division Zahid Saeed, Regional Police Officer (RPO) Captain (Retd) Muhammad Zubair, City Police Officer (CPO) Azhar Hameed Khokhar, Political Secretary to CM Punjab and MPA Chaudhry Sarfraz Afzal, MPAs Malik Sher Ali (Attock) and Tanveer Aslam Bhatti (Chakwal), all the DCOs and DPOs also attended the meeting. While addressing the meeting, Sardar Zulfiqar Khosa directed CDGR officials and police high-ups to coordinate with each other and play a vital role for the passage of Ashura in peaceful manner. He said that the authorities concerned should also obtain surety bonds from the managements of Majalis and mourning processions to abide by the code of conduct issued by the Home Department Punjab. Besides, the speakers and Zakreen should also be made bound to not deliver firebrand speeches based on sectarianism. In a bid to provide foolproof security to the mourners, Khosa said, special contingents of commandoes and police officials should be deployed on sensitive points keeping in view the last year incidents and keep them on high alert. District Peace Committees should also be involved in the consultation of measures taken for maintaining law and order situation he directed. Chief Secretary Punjab Nasir Mehmud Khosa said that walkthrough gates should also be installed at the entry points of Markazi mourning processions and at the sensitive majalis places. Police officials should also be adopted a comprehensive body search mechanism by using metal detectors along with the private guards of the Imam Bargahs and mourning procession managements. This is very essential for their safety Nasir added.