KARACHI - Inspector General of Police Fayyaz Ahmed Leghari on Saturday directed all the police departments to make a joint comprehensive strategy to maintain law and order in the province on eve of New Year.

He also directed the police to exchange information with other law enforcing and intelligence agencies in this regard, said an official statement here.

The IGP ordered to enhance police patrolling and snap checking especially at and around public places and other important private and public properties.

He ordered the police to ensure sanctity of “chadar aur char dewari” and respect to law abiding citizen during their activities to maintain law and order in the province.

Meanwhile, the chief of Muttahida Qaumi Movement Altaf Hussain has said that a revolution of the people belonging to the poor and middle classes has become the destiny of the country and no one can stop the advent of this revolution.

He said this while talking to a delegation of the Minhaj-ul-Quran at the MQM Head Office Nine Zero.

Altaf Hussain welcomed the delegation at Nine Zero and thanked the chairman of the Minhaj-ul-Quran for sending the delegation to Nine Zero.

He prayed for the delegation to succeed in its noble cause. “Both the MQM and Dr Qadri are working for the noble cause of eliminating feudal system and corruption, introduction of a uniform system of education, establishment of equality in every sphere of life and bringing the just and equitable rule on the pattern of the Pious Caliphs.”

Altaf thanked the delegation for their invitation to participate in the march scheduled to be held on January 14 in Islamabad and directed the Co-ordination Committee to arrive at a decision after holding a joint meeting of the committee in London and Pakistan.

He assured the delegation that the response of the MQM for the noble cause would be positive. “We will live together and we will die together. Together we will save Pakistan. Time has come to free the country from the clutches of thieves and robbers.”

Nazim-i-Aala of the Minhaj-ul-Quran and central leader of Pakistan Awami Tehreek, Dr Raheeq Abbasi thanked Hussain for the warm welcome at Nine Zero. “Your open support to the programme of Dr Qadri is a source of strength for us and we are thankful to you for this.”

Dr Abbasi said, “We can see a day when the sun of change would rise and justice would be established. We will welcome you in the same manner as we have welcomed Dr Qadri.”