LAHORE- As many as 445 mourning processions were taken out and 3644 Majaalis were held on the 9th of Muharram-ul-Haram throughout the province in which Zakareen paid homage to the philosophy of Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA), his supreme sacrifice and religious steadfastness. This was said by Senior Advisor to Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa while presiding over a meeting held in connection with Muharram-ul-Haram. Auqaf Minister Haji Ehsaanuddin Qureshi, Advisor to CM Jehanzeb Barki, Senator Pervaiz Rashid, MPA Mehr lshtiaq Ahmad, former MPA Haji Nawaz Ahmad and administrative and police officers attended the meeting. The meeting expressed its satisfaction that 9th Muharram-ul-Haram has passed peacefully throughout the province and strict security arrangements of mourners have been made by police and district administration. The meeting reviewed in detail the reports received from the entire province regarding law and order. The meeting appreciated cooperation of members of peace committees, Ulema and Zakareens of various schools of thought and said that the religious leadership has played an important role for creating sectarian harmony. Sardar Zulfiqar All Khan Khosa stressed that strict law and order and security arrangements be made on 10th of Muharram and no negligence be shown in this regard. He directed that besides other security arrangements, officials of special branch should remain with the processions for making the security of processions and mourners more effective. He further directed that there should be no person on the roofs of houses in the routes of processions and windows and doors kept close during processions timings. Similarly, unknown persons should not be allowed in the houses. Zulfiqar All Khosa directed that no effort be spared in the security arrangements on 10th Muharram. He advised the people also to remain alert. He directed that the teams of health department and Rescue 1122 should accompany the mourning processions so that first aid could be provided immediately to the injured mourners.