KARACHI (APP) - The Home Department has decided to monitor property rentals in all major cities of the province and has issued necessary instructions to SHOs in this regard. A decision was reached at a meeting held under the chairmanship of Home Minister, Dr. Zultiqar Ali Mirza to review overall law and order situation. The Home Minister also directed manning of all exit and entry points of the province to check illegal entry into the province. He directed that a campaign be launched against use of tinted glasses and fancy number plates of vehicles and asked CCPO Karachi to ensure its effective implementation. The meeting decided to co-ordinate with Pakistan Railways and up-country bound bus terminals to ensure issuance of tickets to only those passengers in possession of a valid Identity Card. Dr. Mirza asked Home Secretary to establish a Special Foreigners Monitoring Cell responsible to collect data from Police with regard to arrest of foreigners entering, illegally, the province. He also directed the formation of Public Participation Committees at town, taluka levels with active participation of City District/District Governments in combating terrorist activities. Meeena Bazar blast flayed Sindh Home Minister Dr Zulfikar Ali Mirza vehemently condemned the blast in the Meena Bazar, Peshawar and directed the Sindh Police to further tighten the security throughout the province. He directed that fool proof security be ensured at all the shopping centres, markets and congested public places. He directed that meetings be held with the management of market committees and bazars and ensure to get the services of those offering to perform voluntary security duties and vigilance. The Home Minister said that snap checking be made further effective and flag marches by police contingents of elite commandos be arranged in the citys important areas.