Sindh govt to accelerate anti-terror operations

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Terrorist groups, criminals to be crushed: Murad

The Sindh government has decided to stamp out threats including terror outfits, drug peddlers, street crimes and dacoits in the Katcha area with full force with the help of intelligence-based, well-coordinated and targeted operations.

The decision was carried out during the Apex Committee’s 28th meeting chaired by Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah at the CM House in Karachi on Thursday.

The decision was taken after the recent spike in terror incidents in the country. The high-level huddle also assessed overall intelligence reports presented by the different security and law enforcement agencies.

“The operation against the bandits must be decisive and cleansing once and for all,” the CM said.

The meeting also discussed the terror threat with reference to a recent blast in Islamabad as well as militancy in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan. The meeting also decided to strengthen further intelligence-based operations in Karachi.

According to an official statement, all the agencies would share their intelligence information with each other and assist in conducting anti-terror operations.