KARACHI: The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah said on Monday that his government would not spare any person or political party found disrupting law and order situation in the city.
After few recent fatal incidents of sectarian target killing and street crimes, the minister showed dissatisfaction over the overall security condition in the port city while speaking to a high-level meeting today.
The chief minister said he would only be happy on the day when there would be no crime and violence in Karachi.
Shah reiterated that the Karachi operation would continue until all terror and criminal elements will be eliminated from the metropolis.
The Inspector General (IG) Sindh A.D. Khawaja also gave a detailed briefing to the provincial chief minister about the current status of the Karachi operation and the recent high-profile arrests.
Meanwhile, at least 25 suspects were arrested during overnight search operations conducted by police and Rangers officials in the port city.