Sindh govt vows to control street crime in Karachi within "three months"

Sindh govt vows to control street crime in Karachi within "three months"

Lanjar expressed contentment with the province's peaceful state
Sindh govt vows to control street crime in Karachi within "three months"

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9 Apr 2024

Sindh Home Minister Ziaul Hasan Lanjar admitted the recent rise in street crime in Karachi and expressed confidence in bringing crime under control within the "next three months".

While reviewing Karachi's law and order on Monday, Ziaul Hasan Lanjar addressed the media, assuring the public that authorities are taking steps to tackle the recent surge in street crime.

Sindh Home Minister said that police and Rangers are actively patrolling Karachi's streets to apprehend criminals and maintain public order.

In his statement, the interior chief reported that numerous bandits were killed and others injured over the week in several police operations. 

He also mentioned progress in various investigations, noting suspects identified in multiple cases, with details to be shared after Eid-ul-Fitr. 

Regarding Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan's plea for military intervention against Karachi's street crime, Sindh's Interior Minister brushed it off as a bid “to attract cheap popularity “

Lanjar expressed contentment with the province's peaceful state, emphasising that constitutional protocols dictate the deployment of the army only in times of war.

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