Haleem for immediate steps to restore peace in Tando Allahyar

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Leader of the Opposition in Sindh Assembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh Saturday called for immediate measures to restore peace in Tando Allahyar for scattering nefarious designs of some elements who wanted to stir up linguistic differences for achieving their political objectives.

Haleem Adil Sheikh, in a statement issued here, expressed concerns over law and order situation in Tando Allahyar and held local police responsible for the deteriorating situation. The services of Pakistan Rangers could also be acquired to calm down the situation which might further flare up if appropriate measures were not taken at the earliest, he suggested.

Leader of the Opposition in Sindh Assembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh said that an ongoing clash between two parties was not dealt with efficiently. The tragic incident had taken place in the court which should not had happened, he lamented adding that Police have failed to control the deteriorating law and order situation. Leader of the Opposition in Sindh Assembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh accused that track record of Tando Allahyar police has not been good in the past as corrupt SSP was appointed in the district where sell of narcotics and gambling dens were operating unabated. Haleem Adil Sheikh also condemned violence against women and said that action must have been taken against those who were involved in acts of arson and incendiary but the local police were torturing women by violating the privacy as well as sanctity of the veil.

Leader of the Opposition in Sindh Assembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh demanded that SSP Tando Allahyar should immediately be removed from the post and a honest police officer be appointed in the district who could better handle the situation.

He applauded the role of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf workers who have come out for restoring peace in the town.

 

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