Our Staff reporter FAISALABAD - Commissioner Syed Tahir Hussain has said that the administration and police have been put on high alert in all the four districts of Faisalabad Division during Muharram. He said that stringent security measures had been taken to maintain law and order and troublemakers will be dealt with an iron fist. He was addressing a hurriedly called news conference here along with AC Mehr Shafqat Ullah Mushtaq, CPO Bilal Siddique Kamyana and Director Public Relations Abid Kamalvi the other day. The commissioner said that an Army Brigade had also been posted at Faisalabad to help the Civil Administration in maintenance of peace during Muharram. He pointed out that Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif had constituted a committee, under the Chairmanship of Punjab Law Minister Rana Sana Ullah to maintain peace and tranquillity during Muharram. He said that foolproof security measures had been adopted in all the four districts of the division and the law enforcement agencies would specially focus the most sensitive areas. Syed Tahir Hussain elaborated that standby generators and UPS had been made available to tackle power cuts and emergency wards had been activated in all government-run hospitals in the division. He also sought the media for maintenance of law and order during Muharram. He also urged the mediamen to get certified from the competent authorities any sensitive news or story well before airing or publishing to ensure harmony. On the occasion, CPO Bilal Siddique Kamyana said that there would be held 1,493 Majalis and as much as 426 processions would be taken out during the holy month. He said that 7,550 police constables, 883 head constables, 1,493 ASI, 372 Sub-Inspectors, 197 Inspectors and 30 general officers had been deployed for Muharram duty. The CPO said that in addition to the Police, the personnel of Elite Force, Punjab Constabulary and Qaumi Razakars would also perform duty during the month.