ACLC returns recovered vehicles to owners in special ceremony
KARACHI: In a ceremony attended by Karachi police chief, Anti Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) on Wednesday returned vehicles worth millions to their owners in Karachi, ARY News reported.
According to details, the ACLC returned vehicles including motorcycles, cars and dumper-trucks recovered during last month to their respective owners.
Speaking exclusively to ARY News, SSP ACLC Munir Ahmed Sheikh said that these vehicles were recovered last month and the department has organised this ceremony as a “confidence building measure”.
“This was a confidence building measure, the vehicles are worth millions as you can see there are around 20 cars and 50 motorcycles,” said Munir Sheikh.
Karachi police chief Ameer Ahmed Sheikh, while addressing the ceremony, said that police force’s performance is improving by the day but not only in Sindh, but across the country, lack of security infrastructure is hindering the process.
“We need security infrastructure (across the country) to improve our performance,” said Ameer Shaikh, adding that Karachi, particularly needs safe city project on the same footing as Lahore.
About car lifting incidents and misuse of vehicles, the police chief said that the unregistered vehicles and vehicles running on open letter are a major nuisance.
“The vehicle used in Chinese Consulate attack was registered in the name of a dead person, the owner had died six years ago,” revealed the police chief.
Ameer Sheikh returned keys of recovered vehicles to their owners and expressed satisfaction over ACLC’s performance.