MUZAFFARGARH - Divisional Chief of Special branch of the Police, Saif Ullah Khan Khattak has said that foolproof security arrangements have been made for the upcoming holy month of Muharram. A well-thought security plan has been devised to provide protection to the public and avert from subversive activity in Dera Ghazi Khan Division which has already been declared 'sensitive, he revealed while presiding over a meeting of Tazia licence-holders and Ulema from all schools of thought at Muzaffargarh the other day. He pointed out that anti-state elements always busy in destabilizing the country, adding that however due to adequate security measures they would fail to fulfil their nefarious designs. Saif Khattak elaborated that standard operating procedures (SOPs) had been chalked for Muharram and these SOPs were being implemented in sensitive areas of south Punjab. The officer said that cooperation among Ulema and scholars from all sects had been exemplary which had strengthened unity and integrity among people. He said that special instructions to the officials concerned of Dera Ghazi Khan division, which have been followed to protect the citizens. He said that the security plan had been adopted in other districts of Dera Ghazi Khan division like Muzaffargarh, Layyah, Rajanpur and Dera Ghazi Khan to avert from any untoward situation. Khattak said, We are looking after all things vigorously and made assurance that there will be complete peace during this Muharram. We are ready for this and we are at their disposal. If terrorism is initiated in Pakistan or any neighbouring country, we will not tolerate it. A number of decisions were taken for maintenance of religious harmony during the month. The meeting decided that no leniency would be shown to the elements involved in violation of the code of conduct, misuse of loudspeakers, wall chalking, distribution of provocative material and inciting speeches and stern action will be taken against the violaters. Khattak said that effective arrangements had been made during the previous years for maintaining a peaceful atmosphere during Muharram and even better arrangements should be made this year as well. He said that close circuit cameras would be installed on the route of the processions and videos would also be made. The meeting was also attended by Deedar Ali Zaidi from Alipur, Ghulam Qadar Shah of Kot Addu, Sajid Ali Jatoi of Jatoi, Haji Irani and Advocate Azhar Hussain Bukhari from Muzaffargarh. Azhar suggested reshuffling in the peace committee.