Pakistan People’s Party leader Chaudhry Nizamuddin Arain has said that crime was on the rise in Hyderabad and practical steps must be taken to curb it. In a statement, he said that due to the incidents of robbery, theft and looting in the city before and on Eid, the citizens lost their hard earned money, mobile phones and vehicles.
He said there was a wave of crime in the city which had disturbed the people. Due to the shortage of police personnel, it is becoming difficult to control crime, he said and demanded that recruitment in the police should be started immediately to control the crime.
Meanwhile on the directive of Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Sukkur, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Sanghaar Malik held an open court on Friday at Pano Aqil Police Station.The open court was attended among others by a large number of people, while on this occasion Police officers concerned were also present.People on the occasion recorded their complaints and presented applications to the SSP for the redressal of their complaints.