LAHORE - Senior Advisor to Chief Minister Punjab, Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa has asked the members of the cabinet committee to utilise all available resources and energies for maintaining peace and complete harmony during Moharamul Haram. He said maintenance of peace during this Moharamul Haram was not less than a challenge, and the administrative machinery had to utilise all resources for coping with this situation and foiling the nefarious designs of the anti-state elements. He asked the law enforcing agencies to remain fully alert for maintaining law and order and religious harmony during Moharamul Haram. He mentioned that during previous year, the law and order remained exemplary due to comprehensive security arrangements and this year also same arrangements should be implemented more effectively keeping in view the present situation. He expressed these views while addressing a high-level meeting of cabinet committee held in connection with reviewing the security arrangements during Moharamul Haram. Provincial Law Minister Rana Sanaullah, Senator Pervez Rashid, Advisor to CM Jehanzeb Barki, MNA Bilal Yasin, MPAs Salman Rafiq, Colonel (r) Shuja Khanzada, Chief Secretary, Secretaries Home, Public Prosecution, Health and other departments, IG Police, Commissioner Lahore, DGPR, Heads of Law Enforcement Agencies and DG Rescue 1122 attended the meeting. Khosa asked the members of the cabinet committee to hold meetings with all MNAs, MPAs and Senators of the concerned division and district for maintaining law and order and complete harmony during Moharam, and all arrangements should be completed according to the local circumstances. He told the meeting that there would be no load-shedding during the month, particularly, majalis timings. However, arrangements including cleanliness at local level, street lights and mobile generators for lighting on the route of the procession should be made and no one be allowed to enter the limits of procession and majalis without body-search. Khosa further directed that proper arrangements of meal and water should be made for the police and other officials performing security duties. He said divisional and district committees had been constituted throughout the province for maintaining law and order and harmony and people and Ulema of all schools of thought would be included in the peace committees at union council and mohalla levels. The meeting was given a briefing about the security arrangements to be made in the province and instructions had been issued to the civil administration to keep close liaison between the law enforcement agencies at every level.