Sindh govt to purge Karachi from terrorists: Murad

DG Rangers briefs Chief Minister on law, order

Staff Reporter

Karachi—Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that implementation of National Action Plan and restoration of law and order are his top priorities and, therefore, indiscriminate action against the criminals and outlaw must be continued. “We are committed to purge this city from terrorists and criminals.”
This he said while talking to DG Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar who called on him here at the CM House on Saturday.
Major-General Bilal Akbar briefed the Chief Minister on over all law and order situation in the city, particularly on targeted operation. The intelligence-based operation has produced tangible result and peace has been restored in the city.
The Chief Minister said that the hard work of law enforcement agencies, political will of his government, collective wisdom of all the political forces and top of it strong support of citizens of Karachi are the main contributing factors to restore pace in the city.
“Now, the big challenge is to sustain the peace in the city for which everyone has to work hard and support the government,” he said and added he would be working for best law and order in the city for bringing in foreign investment and flourish the industrial activities. “We would also encourage art, craft and literary activities in the city,” he said.
Syed Murad Ali said that he would not allow anybody to create unrest, harassment and wave of fear in the city.
“Enough is enough – I am committed with the people of this city to provide them a congenial atmosphere in which they can enjoy their life, focus on the education of their children and improve their livelihood,” he said and added “Now I have started giving special attention to the street crime for which I am listening to some complaints from general public.”
“My agenda is the agenda of the people of Karachi. I am one of them and I am sure they would not only support me but extend their helping hand in implementing my agenda of best law and order, good education and best health services,” he said.
The DG Rangers said that his force was working hard to make the targeted operation successful.

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