LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister, Shahbaz Sharif has directed the police department and other security agencies to review security measures and evolve a comprehensive plan for making them more effective to ensure protection of the life and property of the people as well as maintenance of peace. He was presiding over a high level meeting to review law and order situation in the province on Tuesday, which was attended by MPA Col (r) Shuja Khanzada, CM Advisor Jehanzeb Barki, Chief Secretary, Home Secretary, Secretary Prosecution, Inspector General Police, Additional IG CID and Special Branch as well as senior officers. The meeting reviewed in detail the incidents of terrorism in Lahore and Multan. Addressing the meeting, the CM directed to launch a vigorous drive against those involved in displaying fake number plates on their vehicles throughout the province and take strict action against them. He said cooperation of people against war on terror is of paramount importance, therefore, not only community policing should be promoted but a campaign should also be started about awareness of terrorism among the masses. He said the whole nation will have to unite to cope with the challenge of terrorism and we will jointly have to root out this menace. The CM directed the administration and police officers to review the security measures and submit a comprehensive plan within next 48 hours. He said in the present circumstances, law and order is our top priority and we will have to utilise all available resources for this purpose. The participants of the meeting gave their suggestions to further improve security measures. Foreign agencies patronising terrorists: JI Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Punjab Dr Syed Waseem Akhtar has said that foreign and anti-Islam hands were involved in perpetrating blast attacks in Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Multan and Lahore. He was addressing a meeting at Masoora on Tuesday. He said that America and India were patronising terrorism in Pakistan. He blamed US Balckwater and Indian RAW of being involved in terrorist activities in Pakistan, especially in Quetta and big cities of the country. He was of the view that America and India were bent upon destroying Pakistan. He said that recent attacks were sponsored by the RAW and Blackwater, who were also active in Balochistan. He said that Pakistan had suffered a lot by aligning itself with America in the war on terror. He said that Pakistan today was a target of worse kind of terrorism, but our rulers had sold out sovereignty of Pakistan to America.