ISLAMABAD The three-day South Asian Associations for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Interior Ministers moot aiming at coordinating activities and rooting out menace of terrorism, will be commenced here (today) Wednesday. In order to ensure foolproof security, the Capital Territory Police have made comprehensive security arrangements and 1700 police personnel have been assigned security duties. They would perform security duties round the clock. The Interior Ministers of Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, India, Bangladesh, and Pakistans Interior Minister Rehman Malik would attend it while Prime Minister of Pakistan Gilani and President Asif Ali Zardari would likely to attend opening and ending sessions. A sideline meeting between Rehman Malik and his Indian counterpart is also expected and in which issues related to Mumbai attacks would thoroughly be discuss. A senior official said that overall security had been also tightened in the city and extra deployment was also made in the various areas. Contingents of Rangers and Frontier Constabulary will also assist Islamabad police in these security arrangements. As many as 12 pickets have been erected in the various areas leading to the venue of moot with a purpose to ensure security. Commandos have also been deputed at sensitive locations and important buildings while policemen equipped with sophisticated weapons will also perform their duties at the rooftops. Special deployment has been made at sensitive and important buildings while police officials in civil uniforms have been assigned the task to keep an eye on suspicious elements. Sniffer dogs have been also placed at police pickets erected at entry and exit points of the Capital for effective checking of vehicles. Special search of the forest and green belts of the city has been also ordered. Inspector General of Islamabad Police Syed Kaleem Imam has issued special directives to all senior police officials to conduct checking themselves at all police pickets. According to security plan, ladies commandos have also been assigned some key tasks.