Pakistan Business Group demands strict action to curb rising street crimes

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Deploring rising street crimes in city, Pakistan Business Group has urged Sindh government to take strict and effective measures to curb it.

In a statement, acting president Nasir Ali Sheikh has said that citizen are feeling insecure on public places and at homes.

“This is an alarming situation which warrants immediate action by law enforcement agencies and Sindh government,” he stressed.

Other members of PBG core committee general secretary Ali Arsh Khan, finance secretary Abdul Wahab Edhi, secretary information Akhtar Shaheen Rind, Waheed Punjwani, Mohammad Sajid, Fawad Sheikh, Khurram Anis, Shoaib Anna, Saadi Khalid, Asif Ali sheikh, Ch. Mohd Natiq, Imran Khan, Capt Tarana Saleem, and Ayaz Saeed have also expressed their concerns on the worsening law and order situation.

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