Street crimes in Karachi

Nelson Mandela once said, “When a man is denied the right to live the life he believes in, he has no choice but to become an outlaw.” Despite all the prevention schemes placed by the government, street crimes are fast becoming a major concern for citizens of Karachi and other urban centres. The solution lies not only in stern action against these criminals but also in educating the youth and providing them with adequate job opportunities.
If Government of Sindh is failing to generate employment for its youth, it should at least fix some monthly stipends for them. As empty stomach initiates scourge of crimes and corruption. What as a citizen I am unable to understand is these criminals in broad day light, deprive citizens of their valuables not only that, they also break mirrors of cars, parked outside their homes as if it’s piece of cake. Its norm, of the day in Karachi, It’s also worth to mention here that these criminals have become so courageous even their faces are visible in CCTV they are not afraid to sin. Why can’t Government join hand with NADRA and catch these scoundrels ! NADRA can identify them easily along with their home addresses. What’s stopping Sindh Government and Sindh Police? What more evidence do they need?
SIDRA MAHBOOB SIYAL
Hyderabad

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