PPP workers directed to limit activities
At least seven political workers have been killed in recent targeted assaults, with PPP and ANP offices attacked by miscreants in different areas of the metropolis over the past 48 hours.
“Feeling the sense of insecurity among party workers, we have directed them to restrain from unnecessary political activities and avoid sitting outside their houses, at hotels and public places,” PPP’s provincial General Secretary, Taj Haider said.
He expressed his concerns over the fresh wave of violence in the city. When asked whether the ruling party failed to provide security even to its own workers, Haider said “policemen could not be posted with every single PPP worker.”
He said the IG Sindh police has disclosed that 30 percent terrorists and criminals have been recruited in the police force under political influence.
Meanwhile, Sindh Minister, Manzoor Wassan said, while speaking to media persons, the government is striving to curb the violence and measures are afoot in this regard.—INP