ISLAMABAD - The Senate Standing Committee on Interior will meet Tuesday (today) for two consecutive days to discuss the overall law and order situation in the capital as well as seek reasons from chief commissioner Islamabad for non-payment of utility bills arrears of mosques that come under the administrative control of ICT administration. Chairman of the Committee, Senator Talha Manmod, has summoned senior police officers including Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad, SSP (Security), SSP (traffic), officials of Special Branch, CIA as well as CID of ICT Police and Chief Commissioner Islamabad for both the agenda items to be discussed on two consecutive days. The first day of the meeting has been specified to discuss the current law and order in the capital with special focus on the establishment of different security posts all around the city and closure of different roads in the name of security measures. IGP Islamabad Bani Amin will brief the Committee on the current law and order situation in the capital along with all crimes comparative statement of one year to monitor the crime ratio. The IGP will provide a complete performance report along with past postings of SHOs and sub-divisional police officers (ASPs/DSPs) deputed in the capital to the committee members. He will also put on record the details about the police officers on their current posts for more than three years with reasons or justification of overstay if any. The SSP (Security) ICT Police will give his briefing on the existing security plan of Islamabad and on the criteria as well as procedure adopted for setting up check-posts in and around the capital and the closure of roads and important streets of the city. According to the agenda of the meeting,, senior officers of Special Branch, CIA and CID of ICT (Islamabad Capital Territory) Police will give a presentation on the operational mechanism of there respective departments. The committee will seek briefing from SSP (Traffic) on the existing traffic plan of the capital with details of diversions as well as blockades and traffic accidents occurred in Islamabad in the last three years and the action taken against the accused. On 24th August, the Committee will discuss the long-standing issue of the ICT administration about the non-payment of utility bills arrears including electricity of mosques coming under the administrative control of the administration. The committee will seek the role/ responsibility of the administration in payment of electricity as well as gas bills of mosques and the reasons, if any, of the non-release of Rs 9 million for electricity and Rs 5.4 million of natural gas charges by the ministry of finance for its Auqaf directorate. The chief commissioner Islamabad will brief the committee about the exact number of mosques under the control of Auqaf directorate of ICTA, criteria of construction of new mosques, details of Khateebs/Moazzans on the pay rolls of Auqaf directorate. He will also give details about the hierarchy of the revenue department of Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICTA) along with the details of the stay of revenue officers on current posts with reasons of overstay if any. The committee will discuss the possibility of transfer of administrative control of mosques from Auqaf Directorate ICT to the ministry of religious affairs for better administrative management. The committee will also the issues of the housing societies falling in the jurisdiction of capital territory including National Assembly Employees Cooperative Housing Society and Jammu & Kashmir Cooperative Housing Society, their performance and the role of CDA as well Circle Registrar Office of ICTA to monitor these.