KARACHI - The powers of Rangers Anti-Terrorist Act have been extended from one month to three months with an aim to curb the target killings in City. Besides this, restrictions have also been imposed on movement/possession of arms and carrying licensed/unlicensed arms in the City. The decisions was taken at a high level meeting held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah at Chief Minister House on Saturday. However, it was also decided that targeted actions should be taken, based on real time information/intelligence, against all the criminals suspected to be involved in such heinous crime. The meeting also decided that the intelligence vigilance would be extended at SHO level. The performance of SHO will be assessed on his efforts for action taken against the terrorists. Safe city project should be expedited, and strategy will be worked out to expedite cases under Anti Terrorism Act. The meeting also decided that the consultation with all political parties would be extended to maintain peace in the City. The Sindh govt had also imposed ban on putting on flags/banners in city including public properties and roadsides. The meeting was also attended by the Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Sindh Home Minister Dr Zulfiqar Mirza, Chief Secretary Sindh Fazalur Rehman, Inspector General Police Sindh Babar Khattak, Director General Rangers Sindh Major General M Aijaz Chaudhry, Home Secretary Sindh Arif Khan, CCPO Karachi Waseem Ahmed, all DIGs of Karachi and officers of law enforcement agencies. According to CM house, the Chief Minister Sindh in his remarks stressed the need to have strict and prompt security measures particularly in Karachi and directed that culprits involved in the killings of innocent people should be apprehended and sent behind the bars. He added that Karachi is a hub of national economy and hundreds of thousands of poor people get their livelihood from the City. He directed the law and order enforcement agencies to have constant vigilance on the activities of the criminals while the system of patrolling should be further extended and improved. Qaim hoped that effective measures will be adopted to curb the activities of criminals without any discrimination or affiliation with any political influence. He further appealed to the people of Karachi belonging to any political party or any group to express their solidarity with national unity and cohesion for creation of peaceful atmosphere, which is essential for the economy of the country. Interior Minister Rehman Malik said that all personnel of law enforcement agencies would perform their duties with dedication and devotion. He further said that the combined strategy of Rangers and police and law enforcement agencies would bring better results. On the occasion, Rehman Malik said that Federal Government would give a reward of rupees One Crore to the person, who supply any accurate information regarding criminals/terrorists involved in the recent target killings.