KARACHI – Police and Rangers are put on high alert and foolproof security arrangements have been made for the protection of public and to keep a check on miscreants during Eidul Azha. Inspector General of Police Sindh Fayyaz Leghari on Thursday said that the Sindh police will put in place an elaborated security plan during Eidul Azha to effectively deal with any law and order situation. Talking to the media at outside the Supreme Court, Karachi Registry, Leghari said that around 20,000 police force will be deployed during Eidul Azha across the City. Deployment will be made in sensitive areas and mosques for Eid prayers.He said that different political parties and groups had agreed upon a code of conduct for collection of hides of sacrificial animals. Leghari denied reports that animals have been shot in old city area for collection of extortion money.However, Pakistan Rangers Sindh also finalised the security arrangements in the metropolis. Rangers official said that around 5,000 ranger personnel have been deputed for Eid security arrangements including Eid Gahs, mosques, picnic points and other sensitive places. Meanwhile, two people were killed in separate incidents of violence in the metropolis, on Friday. According to details, an electronic trader namely Rasool Khan, 36, was gunned down at Qureshi Market, Orangi Town within the remits of Iqbal Market police station.Police said the victim was going home from his shop when unidentified assailants open indiscriminate fire on him at the said place. Resultantly, he sustained bullet injuries and died on the spot. Police handed over the body to heirs after autopsy at Abbasi Shaheed Hospital. The motive behind the incident has yet to be ascertained. Separately, a tailor namely Altaf Baig was shot dead at sector 51-B Korangi within the jurisdiction of Zaman Town police station.Police said the victim was going somewhere when two armed riders shot twice in his head. Resultantly the victim died on the spot. Police shifted the body to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre for postmortem and later handed over to his family. Police believed that the motive behind the murder was personal enmity. No case was registered till the filing of this report.Clifton Kidney and Dialysis Centre expands its services: The Clifton Kidney and Dialysis Centre has expanded its services by adding nine more dialysis machines.This was stated by an official of the facility here on Friday. He said that the centre was established five years ago and that it offered free hemodialysis and medical care for under-privileged patients, who were unable to afford this expensive treatment. This centre was started with just two machines and now was equipped with nine more dialysis machines. The official added that the centre provided services, 24 hours a day and seven days a week, free of charge.He said that Mohammad Sajid Jokhio, Sindh Minister of Zakat and Ushr, performed the inauguration of the expanded and refurbished centre.The minister also visited its various sections and appreciated the facility of hemodialysis, emergency care, out-patient consultancy, nutritional therapy, physiotherapy, and music therapy provided to the kidney patients.Prof Iffat Yazdani, Consultant Nephrologist, gave a detailed briefing to the minister regarding the functioning of the centre.