OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE In order to give final touch to the security arrangements regarding the forthcoming holy month of Muharram-Ul-Harram, Provincial Police Chief Javed Iqbal along with sub-committee constituted by Chief Minister Punjab Mohammad Shahbaz Sharif visited Sahiwal region on Tuesday. The RPO Sahiwal Khaliq Dad Lak, DPO Sahiwal Rana Ayaz Saleem, DPO Okara Dr Mohammad Abid Khan and DPO Pakpattan Jehan Zaib Nazir Khan briefed the sub-committee regarding the security steps being adopted by the police department in the region. Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Senior Advisor, Chief Secretary Punjab Nasir Mehmood Khosa and Home Secretary Punjab Shahid Khan were also present in the briefing. On request of Sahiwal police officers, Police Chief agreed to enhance police force for security purposes during Moharram to foil any untoward incident. While addressing on the occasion, Javed Iqbal directed the field police officers to keep regular surveillance of Madarasas. The IGP also directed that female volunteers should be deputed for proper checking at the entry points of women Majlis during the month. IGP further directed that police officers/officials should remain in the state of high alert till Chehlum. Later, DPO Pakpattan also briefed the Police Chief regarding the security measures taken by him for the annual Urs of Hazrat Baba Fareed Shakar Ganj. kids reunited: Punjab Highway Patrol (PHP) reunited five missing children to their heirs. According to the details, PHP Sukh Chaina Gujrat team found a nine-year-old lost child Mohammad Azam and reunited him to his uncle Shoukat Ali. PHP Sannatika Morr Bahawalnagar also found four children Muhammad Atif, Muhammad Asif, Muhammad Babar and Muhammad Sabir of Bahawalnagar. PHP team traced out their parents and handed them over to their parents on Tuesday. PHP also rendered help to the 517 commuters across the province.