The Punjab Home Department finalized arrangements for 9th and 10th Muharram. Mobile service will be suspended in the areas of processions and gatherings on 9th and 10th Muharram. The Punjab Home Department also ordered CCTV coverage of processions and gatherings. Control rooms have been set up in the offices of civil and police officers at provincial, divisional, and district levels.
Orders have been issued to keep a close watch on 1,715 persons included in the fourth schedule during Muharram, and 9,487 processions and 37,631 mejlises have also been allowed in Muharram. 1,297 processions and 3,694 mejlises have been declared sensitive. Has gone A complete ban on sectarian speeches has also been announced in Muharram.
There will be a flag march of the police force in more sensitive areas. Civil and police officials will work for peace with elected representatives and clerics, and orders have also been issued to enforce Corona SOPs in Muharram processions and majlis strictly.