RAWALPINDI - A meeting, held with District Coordination Officer (DCO) Imdadullah Bosal in chair on Wednesday, reviewed security arrangements made by private educational institutions for the safety of students. It was also decided that all the private educational institutions, which have not, so far, completed the required security arrangements, would be closed again. The meeting wad held at Commissioner Office and was attended by City Police Officer (CPO) Rao Muhammad Iqbal Khan, PML-N MPAs Malik Yasir Raza, Raja Muhammad Hanif, Engineer Qamar-ul-Islam and Malik Iftikhar Ahmed, Tariq Kiyani, Col (Retd) Shabbir Ahmed Khan, Executive District Officer (Education) Malik Muhammad Ashraf, EDO (Information Technology) Amjad Iqbal Bhara, District Officer (DO) of 1122 and members from Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) and Private Schools Association. Addressing the meeting, DCO Imdad stressed the need for formation of Mohalla committees in consultation with members of provincial assembly to keep a vigil on suspicious persons residing in the town. He directed the administrations of private educational institutions to send pamphlets regarding security guidelines to the parents of children at homes so that they could accomplish their responsibilities for the safety of their children. The DCO said that a circular would also be issued to the administration of all private educational institutions asking them to appoint any one of their teachers as Security Officer (SO), well familiar with the students that terrorists could not use any child for their nefarious purpose, he added. In the meeting, DDO (Revenue) was appointed as focal person from district administration whereas SP Sultan Chadar from police to review security arrangements of the private educational institutions. On the occasion, CPO Rao Iqbal briefed the meeting that Mohalla committees were being formed by taking name lists of notables of the town from MPAs concerned to improve the security arrangements. The DCO said that the MPAs would hold the meetings with pesh imams and brief them about the security situation, who (imams) would discuss it with devotees during Friday sermons.