Operation to be launched in Karachi against street crime, drug mafia

KARACHI, Pakistan: The Sindh government on Monday decided to carry out crackdown against street crime and drug mafia in Karachi.


The decision was taken in the 8th meeting of Sindh Apex Committee held at the Chief Minister’s House in Karachi.

The provincial government also decided to write a letter to the federal government for carrying out crackdown against the illegal weapons, factories and shops.

During the meeting, the Secretary Home Shakeel Mangnejo informed that so far 16 terrorists had been executed whereas the Sindh Legal Committee had cleared nine more cases for military court.

While addressing the meeting, the Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah made it clear that he wanted Karachi free from street crime and advised citizens to lodge complains on helpline of police and Rangers regarding the menace.

The Chief Minister also directed police and Rangers to launch operation against the drug mafia in the city.

Syed Murad Ali Shah directed the Home Secretary to shift Auto terrorism courts from Clifton to the Central Jail in Karachi.

Besides others, the meeting was attended by senior minister Sindh Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Corps commander Karachi Lt General Shahid Baig Mirza, Inspector General Sindh AD Khawaja, and Director General rangers.

Later briefing the media men about the Sindh Apex Committee meeting, the Advisor to Sindh Chief Minister for Information Moula Bux Chandio said that the Committee expressed satisfaction over law and order in the province and progress achieved so far in the ongoing targeted operation in the Karachi.

Moula Bux Chandio said that peace had been restored in Karachi after sacrifices and hectic efforts of the law enforcement agencies and the Sindh government.

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